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Not a whole lot of people have to pay the federal estate tax, but income tax and state estate, inheritance and gift taxes can make a mess for heirs.
If you have your other debt and your retirement funding squared away, it's not that difficult to cut a few years off a 30-year mortgage.
With snow still piled up and the cold not yet waning, now might be a good time to earn some points and ditch foreign credit card transaction fees.
An increasing number of car buyers are swapping out vehicles like iPhones, but a growing percentage of denied applicants are being left out of the market.
With ticket prices increasing and moviegoer demographics shifting, Best Picture winners are more frequently seen by only niche adult audiences.