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A search for yield has led to greater popularity of alternative approaches in bond investing. Yet they may be less popular among financial advisors due to lack of awareness, lack of promotion and amount of research needed to use them successfully.
Can you profit from impact investing? Experts weigh in on whether doing good and making money truly go hand in hand.
The bulk of the things you could do reduce your tax bill for last year expired on Dec. 31. But not all of them. There are still a number of steps taxpayers can take to help reduce the bite on April 15.
Retirees tend to spend more at the outset of retirement and face spending volatility throughout their golden years, according to research from J.P. Morgan.
It's a Catch-22: You believe retiring early will improve your health, yet concerns about unexpected medical costs prevent you from taking that leap.
Financial planners have identified eight prime retirement income risks for those who've left the workforce and offers some guidance for reducing those risks.
If you have a flexible spending account at work and you still have money in it from 2018, you're running out of time. Here's what you need to know.
If global warming keeps you up at night, you're not alone. Here are ways to make sure your portfolio is helping, not hurting, the cause.
Amid worries that the U.S. is headed for a recession by the end of next year, is now the time to start revisiting the idea of adding more bonds to your investment portfolio?
Some big-name companies are planning to make public market debuts this year. But you should think carefully before investing your own money.
If you manage to beat the odds and nab the top prize, you can expect to pay tens of millions of dollars to Uncle Sam right off the bat.
Individual refunds are now in positive territory year over year, as the average check rises to $3,143. That's up from $3,103 a year ago. Here's what you can expect.
Whether you put away too much money in your IRA or you forgot that mandatory withdrawal in 2018, your CPA will unearth your mistakes come tax season. Here's what you should know.
Close to half of families participating in a poll by Haven Life still don't know what the new tax law means for them. Here's how it could affect their 2018 tax returns.
Fewer people are likely to itemize deductions on their 2018 tax returns, in light of changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Here are six deductions that are off the table for many filers.
If you hit the jackpot, you can expect to pay 37 percent of your income to the IRS, along with ponying up for state taxes in most cases.
Whether you save it, spend it or use the extra cash to pay down debt, a tax refund offers a rare opportunity to improve your financial standing.
Yes, you can still cut your tax bill for 2018 and stash more money for retirement. Here's what you should know.
For some taxpayers, refunds might be smaller this year. Here's how to deal and what you can do to prepare for next year.
Your income tax return just might be the key to figuring out whether your spouse is squirreling away money. Here's what you should know.