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As we approach the end of the year, it is a good time to review your bank accounts and determine whether your money is safe. Will you get all your money back if the bank fails?
With the sound of holiday bells in the air, don’t turn a pleasant ring into a dreadful ding! Overspending on credit cards for all that shopping and merriment could turn that nice ring into a credit score “ding” in January.
According to Dalbar, people who managed their own investments over the last twenty years achieved a 2.5% return while the S&P 500 went up 9.2%. Why such a disparity?
Once you have traveled “over the river and through the woods” to your parent’s or grandparent’s house for Thanksgiving, you may discover that your loved one is in need of care.
Who you hire to manage your money may be one of the most important decisions you make. Many investors have been devastated by fraudulent or incompetent investment advisers.
Health Savings Accounts are a great vehicle for paying medical expenses in the most tax-efficient manner. For those eligible, maximizing your annual contributions will provide tax benefits now as well as after you retire.
Do you have a vision for how you will spend your retirement? If you have a spouse or significant other, does it match theirs?
As people approach retirement, they begin to think about health insurance and the need to sign up for Medicare.
Many 401(k) plans allow participants to borrow money from their accounts. It may be a convenient way to get access to cash, but it comes with a price. Read on for the pros and cons that should be considered.
Alibaba is the Chinese version of Amazon and eBay. However, it is already larger than both of them combined! It just went public and investors can now buy its stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
If you have ever considered the purchase of a long-term care insurance policy, you may want to get serious. Fewer providers, increasing premium rates, and reduced benefits are changing the landscape.
Fifteen years ago this month, the game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” burst onto the scene and into our collective conscience.