It Pays to Know Your Pension Options ou may get to choose from several options for receiving your pension. Here's how to think it through.
How to Invest for the Coming Bear MarketIt may not be an official bear market yet, but it feels like one. Here are some smart moves now.
How to Keep Your Tax Refund Safe (and Get Paid to Do It) Federal and state tax authorities are slowing down refunds in an all-out-effort to reduce the chance that a bad guy will get your money before you do. Use this calculator to get your refund for 2016 in installments.
4 Reasons 2016 Is the Year to Buy a HomeThe author gives an expert view of the housing market.
Worried About Stocks? Smart Investors Do These 3 ThingsStocks are off to one of their worst starts ever in 2016. Here's how to protect yourself.
Retirement Steps You Should Take in 2016Here are some New Year's resolutions for retirement-savers to follow.
Social Security in the Cross Hairs: Overestimating the DeficitSocial Security may be at risk after the November elections. This writer takes a closer look.
This Guy Has 1,497 Credit Cards — Does He Know Something We Don't?One man's number of credit cards has established a record, but what's the appropriate number to own?
When Can You Deduct Legal Expenses on Your Taxes?In most cases, individuals can't deduct legal expenses, but there are exceptions. A recent case provides insights.
No Receipts For IRS? Key Tax Case Says They're OptionalA landmark Tax Court case gives taxpayers without records some hope.
10 Reasons to Buy Stocks in the DownturnThe S&P 500 is off to a horrendous start in 2016. Although the market may not have bottomed, the author says that selling is irrational and driven by misplaced fears.
This Isn't 2008 And It's Not Time To Panic, Unless You Run A Hedge FundThe author explains why this is not the time for stock market investors to panic.
China: Land Of The Setting SunThe author explains the impact of China's recent economic struggles.
Executors Seek $100 Million for Work of Estate of 'Queen Of Mean' Leona HelmsleyLeona Helmsley was known for greed, but her executors are giving her a run for her money.
Gig Economy: Better For Boomers Than MillennialsThis author points out how new tech-based economy can benefit Baby Boomers closing in on retirement.
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