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Five resolutions to reshape your finances in the year ahead.
On this episode of Stock Market Report, Jeff Kleintop speaks to the ominous signs that have investors wondering if the Global recession has begun. if the Global recession has begun.
Find out how tax rates and brackets influence what you pay in income tax and how tax reform changes mean more of your income is taxed at lower rates.
Tax reform means big changes to itemized deductions. Find out about some of the biggest changes how they may impact your tax return.
If you are planning to take the standard deduction on your income taxes, learn three tax-smart ways to still get a tax deduction for your charitable giving.
After a more volatile 2018, there are continued concerns investors are set to face in 2019—are they building to a major problem, or merely minor bumps in the road?
Here’s a calendar of financial tips and tasks for 2019, including important deadlines and changes for the year.
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.
Calculating the performance of your portfolio can be tricky. If you don’t get it right, you might not be able to answer the pivotal question of whether or not you need adjust your mix of investments.
What does a market correction mean, what’s likely to happen next and what can investors do now?
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