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Securities regulators are giving advisors a chance to come clean about conflicts involving high-fee fund shares.
The estate tax exemption for 2018 means certain wills could direct more assets to children than spouses.
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This provision in President Trump's budget may allow Medicare beneficiaries to put away cash each year for healthcare costs.
Wealthier retirees may find one of these luxury retirement communities worth exploring.
Romance cons are on the rise, now accounting for the highest financial losses of all internet-facilitated crimes, according to the FBI.
If you're planning to buy a home, don't forget to account for the cost of keeping your new house looking its best. Here's how to prepare.
A tiny fraction of Americans are reporting their cryptocurrency transactions to the IRS, according to a study from Credit Karma Tax.
The final due date for eligible health expenses from last year is coming up.
Supporting your child's sports career is increasingly expensive, but most parents are still willing to do it at almost any cost.
If looking for a new job is not an option, there are ways to improve an unhappy work situation.
The vast majority of consumers regret increased spending on their credit cards. Here's how to make a payoff plan.
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