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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.
Jason Edwards, a communications professor, learned he didn't qualify for public service loan forgiveness. That was just the beginning of his journey.
A new study by CareerBuilder shows that 4 out of 5 employers say soft skills are equal to or more important than hard skills when they are hiring candidates.
Wyden's measure would target legal donations for buildings or scholarships on campus, and purchases of sports tickets.
The clock is ticking on tax refunds from 2015. More than 1 million taxpayers are owed money from the IRS and still haven't collected. Here's what you should know.
Within three decades more than 386,000 homes in US coastal areas will be at risk of permanent submersion or regular flooding due to climate change, according to a study by real estate website Zillow and nonprofit weather news site Climate Central.
If there's a winner in Saturday night's drawing, the IRS will get tens of millions of dollars.
An idea to expand family leave benefits would let new parents take leave now and start their Social Security retirement benefits later. Experts weigh in on the pros and cons for families.
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.
Wealthy parents who allegedly disguised bribe payments as charitable contributions to a non-profit may catch heat from the IRS, tax professors said.
Between groceries, gas and going out, Americans cough up a lot of dough in a single day — $164.55, on average, in fact.
While the IRS has had recent success combating tax return fraud, the responsibility to protect personal information begins with taxpayers. How not to become a victim.
We are compelled to develop a deeper understanding of the growing body of research that lies at the intersection of company financial information and climate science if we are to paint a robust picture of companies' future risks and opportunities.
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.
If you're on Medicare, you can't put money away in a health savings account — the triple-tax advantaged account for medical costs. Trump's 2020 budget is trying to change that. What you should know.
As politicians on both sides of the aisle work to make family leave benefits a reality, many Americans face coverage gaps and worry about high costs.
A close relative of other funds, an exchange-traded fund, or ETF, has some tax and trading advantages.
The proposal includes allowing Medicare to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies, yet also makes other changes that could mean recipients with high drug costs pay more.
Few people would expect to face a tax bite on a scholarship, yet there are situations in which that might be the case. Here's what you should know.
Ever since Democrats began promoting the Green New Deal last year, more House GOP lawmakers have been willing to say four little words: "Climate change is real." And they're warning their party to push for alternative solutions before it's too late.