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Even as they head into the most popular season for proposals, many young couples are taking a pragmatic approach to tying the knot.
Wealth managers are telling clients to defer their income and maximize their deductions before the president-elect takes office.
Tax-related scams peak during filing season but are a constant threat, cheating individuals and the government out of millions of dollars.
People put off planning estates due to time constraints or emotion, but the goal is to do proper planning without complicating the process.
President-elect Trump rallied the working class, but he's campaigning for a benefit favoring mostly the super-rich: killing the estate tax.
Tax breaks available to investors often go unused, and time is running out. Although sometimes tricky, they are worth understanding.
One of the most effective tools to protect yourself from IRS scams is knowledge. Here are five tips to avoid putting yourself at risk.
President-elect Donald Trump has proposed the largest tax cuts since Ronald Reagan, which could save the average taxpayer $1,000 a year.
Donald Trump's plan to overhaul the U.S. tax system will benefit American expats abroad, a wealth planning expert tells CNBC.
What might Trump's policy proposals mean for markets and the economy going forward? Questions outnumber answers, but here are a few guesses.
Post-election market volatility isn't unusual, and advisors say most investors should avoid big moves.
"Now that Trump won, I'm moving to Canada," may sound great for social media — but not for your finances.
Don't forget Uncle Sam during the holidays. These year-end moves will result in big savings when tax season rolls around.
Forget Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. More than a dozen states are considering ballot measures to raise your taxes.
Giving to those less fortunate is not just a satisfying good deed, it also has tax benefits.