Pensions can provide substantial retirement income, but that money isn't nearly as risk-free as you might think.
The 2017 tax year is your last chance to grab these tax breaks.
Financial literacy means that you grasp these basic financial concepts. Without it, you're unlikely to become wealthy.
Avoid the most tragic (and costly) mistakes when hiring someone to prepare your return.
The average household with credit card debt owes $15,624. Wouldn't you like to pay yours off?
They lower your adjusted gross income for the year and may put you into a lower tax bracket.
If you intend to sign up for Medigap Plan C or F after you retire, you're in for a big disappointment.
Got a complicated tax situation? Hiring a pro to do your return could be the best tax reduction trick of all.
Changes in the medical expense deduction and child tax credit stand out for individual taxpayers.
These details can help every saver make an intelligent retirement plan.
Thanks to the steady march of inflation, more and more retirees are forced to pay income taxes on their Social Security benefits.
A rising market like the current one is a mixed blessing, as it can crank your portfolio's risk levels far higher than you'd like.
Two helpful tools can give you an idea of how big that check will be.
Lowering your Medicare premiums can free up some extra retirement income for other expenses.
The pass-through deduction can be a huge tax break if you have income from a side gig or small business.
If you're fortunate enough to belong to a high-income household, you'll definitely want to look into these tax breaks.
Want to make a last-minute reduction to your 2017 tax bill? This deduction may be just the ticket.
Planning for retirement while you're young can move your retirement forward by a decade or more.
If you've borrowed thousands from credit card companies to pay basic expenses, you have plenty of company.
Tax identity theft is likely to be bigger than ever in 2018 -- but there's an easy way to protect yourself.