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Ron Carson of Carson Wealth Management Group cautions investors to track down how, and how much, they're paying their financial advisors.
Advisors differ on their use, but qualified longevity annuity contracts (QLACs) can help investors hedge against outliving their savings.
If you didn't go to cash in August, good for you, but now it's harder to argue against seniors selling stocks, says a financial advisor.
Ask five questions of your advisor annually to get what you need: satisfaction with your progress or an action plan to make changes.
High-growth frontier markets — smaller emerging economies around the world — can offer the high risk and returns some investors are seeking.
As the economy improves, so does the senior migration rate, the percentage of Americans 55 and up who make local and long-distance moves.
Avoid being misled by myths that cloud the difficult job of preparing for and living in a financially comfortable retirement.
Congress has decided to end two popular Social Security claiming strategies, known as File-and-Suspend and Restricted Application.
Direct participation programs, or DPPs, grew from more than $6 billion in funds raised to more than $21 billion between 2009 and 2014.
Financial advisor Manisha Thakor says the year-end holiday season is the perfect time to take these three key tax-strategy steps.
Retirement planning goes far beyond building a nest egg. Just don't make these four common mistakes when saving for your golden years.
Diversification is a great hedge against investment uncertainties, but investors, now spoiled for asset choice, often overcomplicate things.
Leverage employer-sponsored flexible spending accounts, which allot pretax dollars for certain health- and dependent-care expenses.
When tax-loss harvesting, investors should keep in mind transaction costs, maintaining proper exposure and how and when to act.
Life strategist Tony Robbins reveals the three biggest mistakes people make when it comes to retirement and financial freedom.
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Nearly 3,000 victims have collectively lost more than $14 million as a result of telephone scammers asking for personal information.
Year-end is traditionally time to undertake tax-loss harvesting to offset investment gains, a good idea for any investor, say advisors.
Financial advisor Anthony Canale explains what a credit score is, how it impacts your life and why you should try to improve yours.
Amid stock market volatility, there has been nearly $8 billion in net inflows to so-called alternative funds since the beginning of 2015.
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A look at how new college graduates can adopt good finance habits, from budgeting to managing student loans.
Tax rules governing IRAs are complex and ever changing, so if you're considering a Roth conversion, do some legwork first.
A tax deduction is not a given each time you open your wallet for a worthy cause. So be sure to check with an advisor first.