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Rising rates will be bad for stocks so investors may want to move out of equities and invest more in bonds, said advisor Carolyn McClanahan.
With volatility returning to the stock market as it waits for the Fed to raise interest rates, the party could be over for REIT investors.
Now is the time to make smart year-end tax decisions so you can keep more of your dollars working toward your financial objectives.
Financial advisor Manisha Thakor shares tips for squeezing the most value and joy out of every hard-earned dollar you'll spend in 2016.
Older couples contemplating marriage, whether gay or straight, must think through financial, legal and other issues before tying the knot.
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Many bond products, such as high-yield and emerging markets bonds, offer higher returns than the traditional core fixed-income products.
Certified financial planner Thomas Henske of Lenox Advisors says the onus is on parents to educate their children about financial literacy.
Financial advisors Shannon Eusey and Zaneilia Harris warn investors against cashing out of a 401(k) plan before retirement.
Baby boomers are aging, and many will need skilled care, but demand for nursing-home beds is quickly outstripping a dwindling supply.
If a drop in income put you in a lower tax bracket this year, consider converting money from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA.
Rare classic cars have skyrocketed in value, demand is mushrooming, and financial advisors are racing to protect clients' investments.
Millennials may be flocking to robo-advisors, but traditional financial advisors can get in the game by leveraging personal technology.
How do you go about finding the right financial advisor? We reached out to advisors Lazetta Rainey Braxton and Shannon Eusey for insight.
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One financial advisor says becoming filthy rich someday starts with taking small but important steps now.
Since that dreaded annual April 15 tax deadline creates a great deal of stress for many people, it makes sense to get started on your taxes now.
A look at how nearly 3 million 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 IRA conversion, get ready to 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.
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