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Tax-related scams peak during filing season but are a constant threat, cheating individuals and the government out of millions of dollars.
Wealth managers are telling clients to defer their income and maximize their deductions before the president-elect takes office.
While we can't escape the ups and downs that come with being a long-term investor, there are smart ways to manage through volatility.
Many financial advisors agree you have to be careful with so-called annuity illustrations that seem too good to be true.
People put off planning estates due to time constraints or emotion, but the goal is to do proper planning without complicating the process.
Advisors say building a passive investment portfolio involves more than simply plowing cash into one passively managed fund.
President-elect Donald Trump spoke about his tax plan throughout his campaign, and now he has a chance to make it a reality.
Many don't take full advantage of 401(k) accounts, making mistakes such as failing to enroll in a workplace plan offering a company match.
The bond market is still safe, says money manager Michael Yoshikami. Here's why this is not the time to panic.
From resisting impulse buying to transferring balances, here are some tips on how to take control of your finances during the holidays.
A man's dog ate $250 in cash, but much to the fellow's relief, he learned the government will replace damaged or mutilated currency.
Most people know they need home, auto and health insurance, but confusion arises with non-required coverage, such as long-term care.
Fund managers are betting on a post-election future where inflation takes root, the economy shows real growth, and cash is no longer king.
One of the most effective tools to protect yourself from IRS scams is knowledge. Here are five tips to avoid putting yourself at risk.
Value investor Bill Miller III and his son Bill Miller IV say they disagree on airlines, a day after it was revealed Warren Buffett just jumped into the stocks.
Bill Miller tells CNBC that embattled drugmaker Valeant Pharmaceuticals will clean up its act
The reason that investing only in so-called "good" investments won't work comes down to one simple fact: We don't know the future.
Bill Miller tells CNBC that the surge in stocks in the wake of Trump's unexpected victory was not so surprising.
If there's no point in trying to beat the market through active investing, try passive investing, which accepts average returns.
The fiduciary ruling for advisors is a victory for investors, but fine print applies: Be aware of everything that's involved.
Insensitivity to events has been common in markets for 14 years. Why are investors indifferent to geopolitical risk?
Broad-based stock participation is better than reliance on mega-cap tech stocks. But it is lousy as a timing tool.
Active investment performance has outpaced passive in 2017. Various factors suggest it could stay out front for years.