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Follow these tips head off any fight among your kids — and to limit the amount of taxes they may have to pay.
Years of careful planning can go up in smoke if you have an unexpected accident or illness. How to avoid that.
Older Americans whose life insurance policies may be ending face a decision on how to continue their coverage.
Many financial advisors agree that paying off these three big types of debt are a must before you quit work.
if you're working for yourself, there are a few retirement savings tricks that can seriously help pad your nest egg.
If you are 55 or older, you can take penalty-free distributions from your 401(k) under the so-called Age 55 Rule.
Retirees looking to minimize their tax bill should check out these three simple techniques.
Falling for these three retirement myths could empty your nest egg.
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You can cut income and estate taxes with smart planning. Here's what you need to know before you move.
If you have student loan debt, take these steps to make it more manageable.
If you meet certain criteria, you can collect a benefit based on your former spouse's work record.
Most 401(k) plans allow account holders to borrow from their balances. Two financial experts debate the merits of taking 401(k) loans.
The courts have dealt another blow to supporters of a rule intended to protect retirement savers.
April 1 is the deadline to take first-time required minimum distributions for 2017. Be aware of tax considerations.
If you have a target-date fund, you probably took your knocks during the market volatility. Here's what you should know.