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A tax-deductible contribution is one of the few remaining ways to reduce taxable income if you don't itemize. [Read More]
A tax-deductible contribution is one of the few remaining ways to reduce taxable income if you don't itemize. [Read More]
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Some people are much better savers than spenders. That can become a problem. Certified financial planner DeDe Jones recalls clients, retired schoolteachers, who loved to... [Read More]
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There are programs that are supposed to allow federal student loan balances to be forgiven after a certain number of years of payments for some... [Read More]
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It's not wise to use retirement funds to pay down student loans taken out on behalf of your children. Consider refinancing the debt so that... [Read More]
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I'm just wondering how smart would it be, all things considered, to retire now and collect Social Security since the chances of my living another... [Read More]
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There's definitely a learning curve involved when it comes to frequent traveler programs and credit cards, but the upside can be big if you love... [Read More]
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If you're no longer itemizing, look at investment tools for ways to reduce your taxable to reduce income. [Read More]
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