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Politics can affect many of your financial decisions. What’s the best way to understand the impact of policy and political changes on your investments?
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Stocks have broken out on the upside but remain below all-time highs. Trade, global events, and mixed economic data suggest continued volatility.
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You can contribute to both a Roth 401(k) and IRA, but putting the max in your 401(k) first can keep things simple.
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A financial plan doesn't require that you have a lot of money—and it doesn't have to cost you a penny.
Some things are simply beyond our control. And while a little luck never hurts, it’s best to understand what your behaviors can truly affect.
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Millennials value freedom and flexibility. Fortunately, today's retirement saving vehicles can offer them both.
Do you have unclaimed money in a 401k from a previous job? You can recover it. Learn how to track down an old or lost 401(k).
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Back to school is a great time to focus on financial education. See what teachers are doing—and how you can help.
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Generating an acceptable level of income solely from dividends and interest isn’t realistic for many investors. Consider using your whole portfolio to generate returns from a range of sources, including interest, dividends and growth.

Whether you’re a recent college grad, starting your first job, or just trying to get a handle on your finances, these basic money skills make for a solid foundation.

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