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Obama indicated he will include in his 2015 budget proposal in March plans to limit how much Americans can put in tax-deferred retirement plans including their company-administered 401(k)s and Individual Retirement Accounts. The limits come at a time when firms such as Fidelity say Americans are already underfunded when it comes to retirement. More>>
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If you have a child under age 17, the Child Tax Credit may save you money at tax time. Here are some key facts the IRS wants you to know about the credit. More>>
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Most employers give Forms W-2 to their workers by Jan. 31. If you haven't received yours by mid-February, here's what you should do. More>>
Did you change or a dependent change names last year? If the answer to either question is yes, be sure to notify the Social Security Administration before you file your tax return with the IRS. More>>
Seven seasoned entrepreneurs explain the key things you need to think about before you sign on the dotted line. More>>
Giving advance notice of a layoff may seem like the nice thing to do, but it's more painful for all involved. More>>
One of the primary concerns on taxpayers' minds during the tax season is how to get the most money back or pay the least amount of income tax when they file their tax returns.
A budget plays a vital role in helping manage your money, getting out of debt and staying that way. It is also a must for ensuring your long-term financial future. More>>
The price of oil extended gains above $100 a barrel Monday as the cold weather in the United States increased demand for heating fuels and solid Chinese credit numbers eased concerns over the world's number 2 economy. More>>
With every important job comes the question of whether or not individuals should do it themselves or hire a professional.
Many people say that a home is the largest single investment you'll ever make, but consider this: The national median existing-home price was $199,500 in October of this year. That's less than the estimated $210,388 it will cost to send your two-year-old to an in-state, public college for four years.
Deciding to buy an American vehicle can sound like a pretty straightforward mission. But as most shoppers focused on that will find out, it's not nearly as clear-cut as it sounds. More>>
Your financial situation is a combination of every financial decision you've made up to this point. If you're like most, you have had very little or no coaching, so you're just learning as you go.
Instead of having to buy a particular trim package to get the one creature-comfort you want, you might be able to purchase it a la carte. More>>
The "wealth effect" refers to the premise that consumers tend to spend more when there is a bull market in widely-held assets like real estate or stocks, because rising asset prices make them feel wealthy. More>>
It's a chilly morning across much of America, and if you're one of the millions planning to hit the road, you may be tempted to zip outside, crank the engine, and let your car warm up. More>>
The economy isn't the only thing keeping consumers from buying cars. More>>
There is still plenty of time left until the April 15 income tax filing deadline. But why wait until the last minute to get your affairs in order?
Each year millions of people have their tax returns prepared for free by volunteers. These volunteers are part of the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs. More>>
Don't let the "sticker price" of a college education fool you. The best values in public and private higher education, according to the Princeton Review, are the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Williams College, respectively. More>>
We live in a world of constant convenience and when it comes to managing your finances, there's an app for that. Meghan Wilker, the Chief Operating Officer for all things app at Clockwork Media Systems in Minneapolis, is talking about the app Mint. More>>
Recent data breaches remind consumers to secure financial information. More>>
No one wants to lose money. However, sometimes investors have to deal with the fact that their investments might drop below cost for certain periods.
Men's perception of greater power in the workplace is why women outpace them when it comes to investment returns, researchers say. More>>
April 15 might seem a long way off, but tax time has a way of sneaking up on people. Do not wait until the last minute to get your financial documents in order. More>>
Tax efficiency is essential to maximizing returns. Due to the complexities of both investing and U.S. tax laws, many investors don't understand how to manage their portfolio to minimize their tax burden. More>>
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2014 can be your year to make smarter financial decisions that bolster your bottom line. More>>
Taxpayers eager to get refunds will have to wait an extra 10 days to file their federal tax returns. More>>
The record cold spell that has half the country in the deep freeze could cost the U.S. economy up to $5 billion. More>>
Now is the time to look forward to the New Year, review your financial scorecard for the past year, and then look for ways to improve in 2014. More>>
Whether you are recovering from a holiday spending hangover or simply resolving to do better fiscally in the future, the clean slate of a new year is a perfect time to reassess your finances. More>>
The housing market could be in the early stages of yet another bubble, warned Robert Shiller, co-founder of the closely watched Case-Shiller index on home prices. More>>
The theft of 40 million credit and debit card records from Target wasn't the biggest or most damaging data breach ever, but coming right before Christmas, it sure did get our attention – and maybe that's good. More>>
The jury is still out, and many factors marred the holiday season for retailers, but one widely-watched survey released Thursday shows that the nation's merchants may have fared better than the 2012 holiday shopping season. More>>
This month is your last chance to make charitable donations for 2013. So in between the holiday parties and cookie swaps, consider pulling out your checkbook one more time for your favorite cause. More>>
Businesses stepped up their orders for long-lasting manufactured goods in November. And a key category that signals business investment plans climbed at the fastest pace in 10 months. More>>
World stocks traded higher on Monday despite concerns over a cash crunch in China as investor sentiment remained buoyed by growing optimism over the U.S. economy. More>>
It's almost here: the after-Christmas rush to return unwanted presents. But some retailers have tightened up their policies and made it tougher to return that unwanted gift. More>>
he U.S. economy is healthy enough to begin weaning it off the steady flow of stimulus the Federal Reserve has been supplying since the Great Recession, the central bank said Wednesday. More>>
Make 2014 your fiscally fittest year yet by kicking these bad money habits. More>>
For all the hand-wringing on Wall Street about the Federal Reserve's possible winding down of a four-year effort to pump up the economy, you'd think the central bank was considering a ban on helicopter flights to the Hamptons. More>>
Ready for year-end tax planning? In between holiday parties and last-minute shopping, it's worth making sure that you are minimizing your 2013 tax bill. More>>
American consulting firm Bain & Company has been ranked as the best place to work in 2014, according to an annual survey of employee satisfaction, knocking Facebook off the top spot. More>>