ADVISORY-Reuters to publish series on year-end personal finances
Dec 13 (Reuters) - Reuters will publish a four-part series on year-end personal financial planning over two days, beginning Thursday, Dec. 13, and concluding Friday, Dec. 14.
The following are slugs and brief descriptions of the stories that will move as part of the package:
MONEYPACK-YEAREND/529 (PERSONAL FINANCE) YOUR MONEY - Year-end moves for parents scared to save for college
By Chris Taylor Parents have stopped saving as much as they used to for college, probably because they are paralyzed by fear. But there are some year-end savings strategies that can help them catch up AND collect tax breaks.
Moving December 13 at 9:30 am EST
MONEYPACK-YEAREND/HEALTH (PERSONAL FINANCE)
By Kathleen Kingsbury YOUR MONEY - Use it or lose it: 10 surprising ways to drain FSAs Did you know you could use it for massages and lead remediation and Viagra, birth control, band-aids and more?
Moving December 13 at 11 am EST
MONEYPACK-YEAREND/RETIRE (PERSONAL FINANCE) YOUR MONEY - Where to go online for year-end money advice
By Beth Pinsker Gladstone A slew of online products offer free or extremely cheap investment advice that people can use for year-end retirement review. How do they stack up? Moving December 14 at 11 am EST
COLUMN-FELDMAN (PERSONAL FINANCE) Column: Year-end tax saving moves to make right now
By Amy Feldman Fiscal cliff or no fiscal cliff: here's what you should do right now.
Moving December 14 at 9:30
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