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Much of financial planning is focused on children and heirs. But if you have no children, your financial planning needs are quite different. What have you and your partner potentially overlooked? Take the quiz.
The automatic cost-of-living adjustment – COLA -- for Social Security and Supplemental Security Income recipients allows their benefits to keep pace with inflation.
Scrambling to compile your receipts and W-2s in advance of 2018’s federal tax filing deadline? Don’t forget about your IRA
The holidays are a popular time for charitable donations. With so many charities to choose from, it's more important than ever to ensure that your donation is well spent.
The year is coming to a close – which, for some, means holiday bonus season. If you’re lucky enough to be receiving an end-of-year bonus from your employer, you might be looking for some tips on how to make the most of it. Here are some humble holiday bonus suggestions.
The holidays can be stressful. Shopping, travel, family obligations and winter weather can all take their toll. But in life, as in finances, a bit of planning can help keep you on track for a happy holiday season.
You've probably heard that if you withdraw taxable amounts from your 401(k) or 403(b) plan before age 59½, you may be socked with a 10% early distribution penalty tax on top of the federal income taxes you'll be required to pay.
Saving for retirement can be tough. Employer-sponsored 401(k) retirement plans can offer a good opportunity to save, with employer contributions jumping from 3.9% of employee salaries in 2015 to 4.7% in 2016. Are you taking full advantage of your workplace retirement benefits?
Often, financial planning – especially estate planning – is focused on children and heirs. But if you have no children, your financial planning needs are different from families with children. What have you and your partner potentially overlooked?
For young adults with college debt, deciding whether to pay off student loans early or contribute to a 401(k) can be tough. It's a financial tug-of-war between digging out from debt today and saving for the future.