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People spend about a third of their income on stuff they want even while paying the same share toward debt, which is only growing.
There's a stretch of time when you can often use strategies that minimize the taxes you pay on your assets.
As the bull market continues to break records, there's one question on everyone's lips: How long can the good times last?
With the stock market nearing all-time highs and the S&P 500 up 5.4 percent year to date, retirement savers are wealthier than ever.
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Shareholders would likely have to sell existing shares and then buy into a fund if they want to remain invested. Any profit from the sale would generate a capital gains tax.
Want to retire among the healthiest adults? Pack your sneakers and head to New Hampshire.
Carolyn McClanahan, director of financial planning at Life Planning Partners, explains how to become an empowered patient and equip yourself to push back against large medical bills.
People who claimed early were OK with their choice.
Most Americans value vacations. Few bother to save for that precious time away.
New tax rules will change how alimony, including your retirement accounts, are treated.
Because the ticket was purchased in Staten Island, New York, the winner will pay the highest lottery taxation rate in the nation and likely cannot keep their name out of the public eye.