New year, new tax brackets. The IRS is updating its individual income tax brackets for 2019 and making a few other inflation-adjusted changes. What it means for you. » Read More
The decline in major stock indexes isn't necessarily bad news for everyone. For some investors, it might even be a tax-savings opportunity. » Read More
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By: Laura Galligan
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Uncle Sam has spent a good part of 2018 reminding you to look at your paycheck to make sure you're withholding the right amount of tax. It turns out few people are actually listening, according to Liberty Tax.
Nearly one-third of baby boomers had no money saved in retirement plans in 2014, when they were, on average, 58 years old, according to the research.
You wouldn't invest your retirement savings in an interest-bearing savings account, so why are you stashing your child's college funds there? More than 4 in 10 parents are using savings accounts to save for higher education.
It's not often the IRS gives something away, but these two powerful tax breaks are pretty sweet if you qualify.
Credit Karma will add TransUnion-owned Noddle's more than 4 million customers, increasing its total user base to over 89 million.
No matter what the next phase of your life will look like, there are some financial aspects to evaluate now to help the transition go more smoothly.
As the longest bull market in history wanes, it can be helpful to turn your attention to your own timeline.
Renters face more financial uncertainty than homeowners, the Urban Institute finds.
Retirement can often reduce or eliminate a lot of your expenses. Many retirees are surprised to discover there's one bill that may not go down: taxes.
For investors with existing assets that have generated profits, reinvesting those capital gains into opportunity zone funds could deliver a sizable tax break.
Before you visit the polls Tuesday, brush up on ballot measures. State tax legislation could have a big impact on your wallet.
Defaulting into the previous year's health-care options might cost you extra. Here are the common errors workers are likely to make when they select their benefits for 2019.
Concentrating on dividend-yielding stocks isn't always the best idea for retirees — even if those companies are well-known. Here's why.
The health of businesses in China is in focus as corporate debt piles up.
The clock is ticking on strategies to help you save on this year's taxes and head off a nasty surprise next April. Here's what you need to know.
The federal estate tax has been on a roller coaster since it was first imposed 102 year ago. Now, the overall trend has been toward reducing or eliminating it altogether.