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Would you ever believe you could live in the Caribbean for $1,000 a month? Deb Crofutt and her husband prove it's totally possible.
Over 4 million Americans are hit with the AMT. Now they are waiting to see if it will be axed next year.
Mitch Goldberg's list of the most infuriating things investors do that make them miss out on stock market leaders.