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You can stay out of tax hell by keeping timely records, reporting all of your income and accurately detailing your big deductions.
It's time to retire the idea of "retirement." Here's why your 50s and 60s might be a good time to revamp your career.
The IRS is finally giving some early filers their money back. Here's why it was delayed.
Total credit card debt topped $1 trillion at the end of 2016, its highest since 2008.
Married, divorced or widowed? If you passed a milestone in 2016, here’s a look at what to tell the IRS come April.
Couples spent a record $35,329 on a wedding last year, according to The Knot. Here's where it costs the most to get married.
About 32 million consumers haven't switched cards in more than a decade, potentially missing out on fatter rewards and better rates.
Congress approved two bills that would overturn a Labor Department rule to increase access to government-administered IRAs.
Getting older does have its perks, one of which is qualifying for Medicare, the federally sponsored health-insurance program.
Most people are clueless about what they will need for later life, according to a new survey.
While most everyone files a return with the IRS every year, many fail to grasp these tax facts.
Before you blow that check at the mall, you should find out why getting lots of money back from Uncle Sam isn't always a good thing.
Millennial rate themselves more savvy about managing money than they actually are.
New research finds a late-career job switch could be the key to working longer.
You can get your taxes done at no cost. See if you qualify.
When most attached people give to charity, they do it with their partner, according to a survey by Fidelity Charitable.
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