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Whether you're retiring overseas for the lower cost of living or the beautiful vistas, an unexpected bill from the IRS could crash the party. Here's how to avoid that.
Retirement savers who find themselves worried about the ups and downs in the stock market should revisit their tolerance for risk.
One goal of a new Securities and Exchange Commission proposed regulatory package: Mitigate conflicts of interest when brokers make investment recommendations to their retail clients.
A new report shows that companies have been slow to update their sexual harassment policies, in spite of the growing #MeToo movement.
As of Thursday, Americans have earned enough money so far this year to cover their tax bills for 2018, the Tax Foundation reports.
New standards that took effect this week strip tax lien information from credit reports. Some scores will move higher as a result.
A few months after the overhaul to the tax code, most are unsure of how they'll be affected.
These towns rank highest when it comes to cost of living, median home prices and property tax rates.
Higher car prices, longer loan terms and climbing interest rates make the average cost to own a new car about $6,500 higher than it was in 2013.
Portions of the IRS computerized payment system crash on Tax Day, preventing taxpayers from using their bank accounts to pay their taxes online.
You may be getting lost in the fine print when it comes to rewards, including frequent flyer and hotel loyalty programs. That means you're leaving real money on the table.
Depending on how much you owe the IRS at the end of 2018, you could be penalized for not paying enough in estimated tax payments during the year.
If the taxman is still waiting on your income tax return, then you should ask for more time. Here's how to do it.
Bird nesting is a co-parenting method aimed at creating a smoother transition for children after a divorce or separation. Here's what you need to consider in order to decide if it's right for your family.
Utah is the only state to earn an A+ for its requirements for educating teens about money matters they'll face as adults.
It's not too late to meet the tax-filing deadline without any mistakes or missteps. Here are seven tips from a tax pro on how to do it.
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Kelli B. Grant is a writer covering personal finance and consumer spending for CNBC.com.
Lorie Konish is a reporter covering personal finance at CNBC.com.
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Sarah O'Brien reports for CNBC's personal finance team.