The Importance of Saving for Retirement at a Young Age
If you're an adult in your 20s, you are entering an exciting stage of life. Whether you've just graduated from college or are starting a new career,
Five Things to Know About Inherited IRAs
When an IRA owner dies, the IRA proceeds are payable to the named beneficiary--or to the owner's estate if no beneficiary is named. If you've been designated as the
What is an ABLE account?
ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) accounts are tax-advantaged savings accounts for individuals with disabilities that are generally used to cover qualified
Is an ABLE account subject to federal tax?
Assets in an ABLE account for a disabled person are generally not subject to federal income tax. And ABLE account distributions for qualified disability expenses of the
Cartoon: Money Monsters
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Four Lessons Grandparents and Grandchildren Can Learn Together
If you're a grandparent, maintaining a strong connection with your grandchildren is important, but that may become harder over the years as they
Projecting a Happy Retirement
A 2015 study found that 41% of households headed by someone aged 55 to 64 had no retirement savings, and
only about a third of them had a traditional pension. Among
Should You Buy or Lease Your Next Vehicle?
After declining dramatically a few years ago, auto sales are up, leasing offers are back, and incentives and deals abound. So if you're in the market for a new vehicle,
Should I pay off my student loans early or contribute to my workplace 401(k)?
For young adults with college debt, deciding whether to pay off student loans early or contribute to a 401(k) can be tough. It's a financial
Common Questions About Student Loan Repayment
After earning their degrees, many college graduates face a new challenge--repaying their student loans. If you've recently graduated from college, you might have some