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Everyone, rich or less so, should draft a will and estate plan and designate financial and health-care powers of attorney, say advisors.
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As tax-preparation season approaches, be wary of scammers engaging in both identity theft and fraudulent tax-payment schemes.
The financial woes of big-money football players are symptomatic of the larger retirement savings problem plaguing average Americans.
Advisor Sophia Bera says a Roth IRA is a flexible financial vehicle useful beyond simple retirement saving, from homebuying to education.
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In a podcast, Mnuchin gives an "absolute guarantee" President Trump will sign a tax reform bill this year.
The growing ranks of Gen X/Y millionaires have different expectations than baby boomers when it comes to investments and financial advice.
There are three reasons why U.S. investors should ensure they have a meaningful allocation to international equities in their portfolios.
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One investing tack in uncertain times is to insist on payment up front, investing in stocks that provide sustainable and growing dividends.
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Tax alpha is the outperformance that an investor can achieve by taking advantage of all the available tax-saving strategies.