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Dying Doesn’t Make the Taxman Go Away

When a loved one dies, someone must step up to handle the resulting financial matters. Often the person is named in the decedent’s will as the estate executor, but if there’s no will, the probate court can appoint an executor. It’s often the...

3 Signs You're Spending Too Much on Student Loan Repayment

Find out if it’s time to adjust your student loan repayment plan to save money

Who Still Uses Paper Checks? Crooks

Two groups remain loyal to the paper check: American businessmen and crooks. Dead-tree checks remain the preferred mode of payment for half of U.S. businesses, The Wall Street Journal reported this week. Fraudsters bank on this fact: Checks were...

5 Common — and Costly — Investing Myths

Myths about investing are costly. They can lead you to take too much risk, or too little, or avoid investing altogether, which likely is the most costly mistake of them all. Here are some common investing myths — from the belief that investing is...

5 Ways to Get a Will

It’s Important to Make a Plan for After Your Death

The First Step in Evaluating Your Financial Foundation

Ready to take control of your financial future? Start by figuring out your net worth

Why Financial 'Rules' Aren't One Size Fits All

Is it ever okay to flout tried-and-true financial advice? Emily Boothroyd says, “Yes”

Do Women Lack Confidence or Competence in Investing?

Are women ready to take charge of their investments? Find out our verdict.

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