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A tax refund isn't really a windfall; it's hard-earned cash you overpaid to Uncle Sam. Now how will you use it?
It makes some intuitive sense to judge a decision based on its results. But is it always true that a good decision leads to a good outcome, and vice versa?
Stocks seem to be sending one message, but bonds are suggesting another—which one, if either, is correct and what does it mean for investors?
Women face unique financial challenges regarding retirement. Know your Social Security options before you file.
The more stocks you own, the more diversified you are, right? Not necessarily. There could be other factors—including your own built-in biases—holding you back from creating a truly diversified portfolio.
Trying to teach your kids about money? Here are five common life lessons you can use to get their attention.
Round-number goals are arbitrary but effective.
If you’re interested in contributing to a Roth IRA but your income exceeds IRS limits, you can still save for retirement in a tax-smart way.
Looking for a meaningful college graduation present? Consider opening up the world of investing.
Selling stocks when markets drop can make a paper loss permanent. Hear one man's story.
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