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By cutting out some discretionary spending, Americans could save more than $5,000 a year, according to a new report.
If you are looking for a way to pay less to the IRS, think outside the box when it comes to deductions.
In the search for fixed income, financial advisors are looking beyond bonds to alternatives, from the commonplace to the more arcane.
Parents are spending twice as much on their adult children than they are putting away for retirement, and that could have dire consequences down the road.
BlackRock and Vanguard Group have been vocal about using their market weight to influence social issues, including climate change. But results of proxy voting show that they continue to have among the worst voting records on climate change.
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Before March 31, enrollees are allowed to make a one-time swap to another plan or dump it for original Medicare.
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A handful of investment management firms have started offering target-date funds that use a worker's data to craft a more personalized mix of investments.
If there's a winner in Saturday night's drawing, the IRS will get tens of millions of dollars.
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Start-up fertility establishments are a popular alternative to traditional fertility clinics — so much so that Wall Street is taking notice. But some physicians say they're concerned clients may not get all of the information they need.