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Federal workers and military personnel can save more in their TSP retirement accounts in 2020.
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The maximum amount workers at small businesses can contribute to a SIMPLE IRA for 2020 is $500 higher than it was for 2019.
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Teachers and nonprofit workers can contribute $500 more to their 403(b) retirement savings plan in 2020 than they could in 2019. Plus, the catch-up contribution has increased, too.
State and local government workers can contribute $500 more to their 457 plans in 2020 than they could in 2019. Some workers can make additional catch-up contributions, too.
The holiday season is prime time to give back. And while you're thinking about your charitable giving, make sure you don't forget about those who've helped you throughout the year. Whether it's your stylist, ...
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If you don’t have access to a retirement plan through your employer, you have other options.
Date nights — even for married couples who may not be trying to impress — can be expensive. The average cost of a date in the U.S. is about $100, according to a survey from Match.com, the online matchmaker. ...
Packing for vacation these days usually involves a bit of unpacking -- removing potentially dangerous items altogether and perhaps shifting other items from your carry-on to a checked bag ...
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For those of us who usually drive, seeing the price of gas on any given day can either make us want to take the long way home or wish we had access to public transportation. The state you live in (or, ...
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2020 is the year Real ID goes into effect for air travel. So having a star on your license will become more important if you don’t have a passport.
By beginning to invest in a Roth IRA at an early age, today’s teens can become tomorrow’s millionaires.
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Fortunately for drivers, the federal government’s gas tax hasn’t budged from 18.4 cents per gallon since 1993. However, every state and the District of Columbia add their own taxes, too, ranging from ...
Revelations about FaceApp have rekindled debate over how to protect your data.
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Don’t forget that your time has value, too. Volunteering is the best way to see if you like how the charity is run.
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Real estate stocks are sizzling. But TIAA-CREF Real Estate Securities is playing defense.
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No matter how eager you are to leave the nest, you can save a lot of money by going to an in-state school. According to the College Board, tuition, fees, and room and board cost 43% less for in-state students ...
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The first step to selling baseball cards is finding out the value of what you own.