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Our system for hiring and promoting has become twisted over the years, the author of a new book says. Here's why and what employers and employees alike should watch out for.
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From loan forgiveness, to expedited payments and income-adjusted payments, there are strategies available to get a grip on overwhelming student debt.
See More On: Paying for College | Getting Out of Debt
When it comes to taxes, there's an expensive difference between smart planning and just plain procrastination.
See More On: Tax Planning | IRAs | Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs)
Companies continue to offer lump-sum pension payouts to former employees. Deciding whether to accept this offer depends on your goals, risk tolerance and financial resources.
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When your Facebook friend posts dozens of idyllic photos from his trip to Thailand, do you feel a pang of envy? Don't let it derail your financial life.
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While investors don't need to panic, they should keep their fingers on the pulse of the economy just to be prepared. Here are four symptoms to keep an eye on.
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When you think about it, the similarities between playing golf and saving for retirement are striking.
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There's no reason to freak out about a recession, but stakes are different for those in the "fragile" decade. If you're worried, here's how to insure your retirement income against a bear market.
See More On: Annuities | Making Your Money Last | Wealth Management
They measure market risk but don’t eliminate it, and they don't consider all the twists and turns life can take. Instead, build a plan to create a stable income throughout your retirement, no matter what.
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Several significant tax and savings deadlines are fast approaching. Before you flip your calendar to December, consider making some of these smart money moves.
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If you don't want your deadbeat brother or even an estranged spouse inheriting your estate, you have to tread carefully.
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These gems served me well growing up, and now I'm passing them down to my own children.
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These legal documents can't just be put in a drawer and forgotten for years and years. They need to be tended to periodically, or else they may cause problems when you need them the most.
Math anxiety is extremely common, and it could affect your retirement saving potential. Here's why and what you should do about it.
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Check out some often-overlooked retirement planning facts of life that everyone should be aware of.
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What can the wagon tracks carved by 1800s American pioneers teach us about modern day investing? Karlin Conklin explains the key to 'striking gold' in commercial real estate.
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Defined as a real or perceived distance when you make more money than your family or community of origin, wealth shame can be a painful transition.
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