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If your income is too high to contribute to a Roth IRA, there’s another way in—but it comes with some caveats.
The president has proposed a series of tax increases, but can they make it through Congress? What should investors be watching for?
Although it’s not clear what final legislation could look like, there are possible ways to mitigate any potential tax impact.
President Biden has proposed a higher top individual tax rate and changes to the capital gains tax. Both are a long way from becoming law.
If you’re new to options trading, you may be wondering how those trades are taxed. Here’s a rundown of some potential tax pitfalls with options strategies.
The American Rescue Plan Act includes much more than stimulus payments, especially if your children are minors.
If you're interested in tax-free municipal bonds, you might want to keep an eye out for these seven tax traps.
When you sell part of an investment, the cost basis method you choose can seriously affect your tax bill.
Five tax planning missteps—and how to avoid them.
There are many roads to financial well-being, but research suggests that those who enjoy uncommon success share some common behaviors.
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