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You may be eligible to collect Social Security as early as 62, but waiting until age 70 yields greater benefits for most people. Here’s how to decide.
Price-to-earnings ratio (P/E) provides a great starting point when evaluating stocks.
Want to know how much cash flow you’re getting for every dollar you’ve invested in a company? For companies that pay dividends, the Dividend Yield can give you an idea how a company’s dividend payments relate to its stock price.

What Is EPS?

EPS, or “earnings per share” gives you an idea of how profitable a company is. It’s a simple calculation, but there’s more to understanding EPS than just the math.
The Federal Reserve just raised rates for the third time this year. Will it affect your investments?
As an amazing 2017 turns into 2018, what’s the big picture for stocks and the economy?
Important distinctions exist between traditional and Roth IRAs, including eligibility and contribution limits. Here's a guide to help you decide what's best for you.
Randy Frederick and Jeff Kleintop discuss the rise in stock prices and why investors should look twice at P/E ratios.
Five resolutions to reshape your finances in the year ahead.
Custodial accounts may not offer the tax benefits of 529 plans, but they can be used to fund expenses that 529 plans don't cover.
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