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Now is the time to make smart year-end tax decisions so you can keep more of your dollars working toward your financial objectives.
Financial advisor Manisha Thakor shares tips for squeezing the most value and joy out of every hard-earned dollar you'll spend in 2016.
From keeping calm to getting diversified, here are 20 tips from the Financial Planning Association to help you invest more intelligently.
Certified financial planner Thomas Henske of Lenox Advisors says the onus is on parents to educate their children about financial literacy.
Financial advisors Shannon Eusey and Zaneilia Harris warn investors against cashing out of a 401(k) plan before retirement.
The economy has improved, but people still lose jobs. Here are 7 tips on how to handle a career transition and keep your finances intact.
One financial advisor says becoming filthy rich someday starts with taking small but important steps now.
As the end of the year approaches, experts say it's a good time to take stock of your financial situation by reviewing important documents.
Advisor Diahann Lassus, president and CIO of Lassus Wherley, discusses the good, the bad and the ugly of managing credit card debt.
Despite a possible interest-rate rise, homebuying has not slowed. Here is a look at key points sellers and purchasers need to keep in mind.
Financial advisor Stacy Francis offers a three-step approach to getting your budget in order to avoid a holiday spending hangover.
With the average college student owing nearly $30,000, it behooves borrowers to get educated on the ins and outs of student loans.
Ron Carson of Carson Wealth Management Group cautions investors to track down how, and how much, they're paying their financial advisors.
If you didn't go to cash in August, good for you, but now it's harder to argue against seniors selling stocks, says a financial advisor.
Avoid being misled by myths that cloud the difficult job of preparing for and living in a financially comfortable retirement.
The newly launched myRA retirement plan will prove to be a bloated bureaucratic mess, predicts financial advisor Scott Hanson.
The financial advice services you choose could make or break your portfolio.
Although some choose between active and passive portfolio management, there's a third option: core and explore.
Advisors are retooling, recognizing tomorrow's clients have different priorities than their baby boomer parents did.