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As trust beneficiaries feel the bite of Obamacare's 3.8 percent investment income tax and higher rates, estate planners look to reduce it.
Regulators are warning consumers interested in bitcoin that they could lose it all. Should you have any in your portfolio?
The IRS is depending on winners of March Madness bets to report that income on next year's tax return. Sorry, Uncle Sam. You are out of luck.
Many of the common questions people ask in job interviews aren't actually that helpful in predicting how well a person will do in a job, experts say.
Following are five ways in which investing in an IRA may trump using a 401(k) plan.
Obama's proposed 2015 budget, reducing tax incentives for small businesses to offer retirement plans to employees, may harm Americans' savings plans.
The rich and the poor are not targets for the dreaded alternative minimum tax. It's the guy in the middle. Here's how to calculate your tax bite.
Financial advisors advise against riskier, potentially more profitable portfolio allocations in the interest of long-term stability.
Workers' retirement confidence has recovered from record lows of the past five years, showing an increase in 2014. But that's not the whole story.
No one likes to pay income taxes. That's not a problem for residents of seven states that have no state income tax. Two others don't tax wage income.
Record lottery payouts are rewriting the conventional financial wisdom about how the winners can best handle their good fortune, from tax advice to their reconfigured lives.
JetBlue is offering a Mosaic membership, or an upgraded rewards program, to fliers with a "certain status" on other airlines through 2014.
Some states have put procedures in place to spot the most obvious warning signs of identity theft on tax returns. The solution: Lexus-Nexus.
Retirement plans have been rewritten by behavioral finance in the past decade, but that's just the start of what's cooking in the 401k test lab.
Women are making inroads financially, but with their financial advisors, not so much. Find out what women want from advisors, and why it matters.
Is your financial advisor being honest? Sharon Epperson and Suze Orman point out the red flags to look out for and what to do if you think you're being scammed.
U.S. baby boomers, desperate for retirement income, are increasingly turning back to reverse mortgages, but big banks stay away.
Amid all the wrangling over how much the government should spend on the modern-day food stamp program, many may not realize who gets these benefits.
What do teachers, divorcees and people paying off student loans have in common? They can cut taxes, without itemizing.
When life changes, so will your taxes. Breaks and pitfalls to be aware of before you file.
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