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You're stuck at home for the next few weeks, and local bars and restaurants are closed. There's no March Madness to watch. For many Americans, this is our reality for the next several weeks -- or longer. ...
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In today's digital age, data breaches have become all too common and leave unsuspecting consumers vulnerable to a host of identity theft issues. From Capital One to Facebook to Quest Diagnostics, no industry ...
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We all dream of taking that perfect solo or family vacation, but planning on a budget can be hard. It seems like airfares and hotels rates go up constantly, and a sweet price today could be gone tomorrow ...
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Only one thing beats getting a good price on something, and that’s getting it for free. Our list of freebies is packed with 70 something-for-nothing deals. We don’t allow any useless junk on our list—only ...
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A Kiplinger-Barclays poll shows that most Americans aren't feeling a financial boost from the tax overhaul.
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With the American Opportunity Credit and the Lifetime Learning credit, Uncle Sam helps you defray some of the costs of getting a higher education.
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The contribution limit for traditional IRAs holds steady for 2020.
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The 401(k) contribution limit increased by $500 for 2020. Plus, workers 50 and older can also save an extra amount for retirement.
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A new poll conducted by Kiplinger and Personal Capital reveals concerns about market swings and potential downturns. See how your savings—and confidence level—measure up
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The Roth IRA contribution limit remains the same for 2020 as it was for 2019. Retirement savers 50 and older can contribute an extra amount. Income limits apply.
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The Roth 401(k) contribution limit increased by $500 for 2020. Workers 50 and older can save an extra amount for retirement.
The maximum SEP IRA contribution is higher for 2020 than it was for 2019.
Some self-employed savers can put away as much as $63,500 for retirement in a solo 401(k) in 2020, depending on age and compensation.
Required minimum distributions are a fact of life for traditional IRAs. The rules are complex and they've recently changed.
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Among the items on our to-do list: Trim your 2019 tax bill by pruning your portfolio and giving to charity. Boost your retirement-plan contributions. Cash in credit card rewards. We also suggest moves ...
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Being a millionaire isn't a ticket to mansions, yachts and caviar, as it once was, but the goal is more reachable than ever. According to Phoenix Marketing International, a firm that tracks the aff...
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