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How The Self-Employed Can Still Cut Their 2014 Tax Bill

If self-employed workers would rather contribute to their retirement than pay a huge tax bill, those who filed an extension can still seek shelter in IRAs and 401(k)s.

Should You Buy Your Tesla Or Any Other EV Used?

Electric vehicles see their prices depreciate more quickly than those of their gas-powered counterparts, but their limited range and battery life pose a problem.

10 Cities Drowning In Credit Card Debt
10 Cities Drowning In Credit Card Debt

08/12/15 - 01:05 PM EDT

Economic recovery has U.S. cities charging again, but overconfidence is leaving cardholders with bills that will take more than a year to pay off.

Advisors' Back To School Advice For Students: Learn To Budget

Investors are telling college students to learn to live within their means, but how simple is that option when they'll graduate in considerable debt.

Why Are We Not Rushing to Adopt Chip and PIN Credit Cards?

A liability shift is giving consumers chip-enabled cards, sure, but a combination of dated payment infrastructure and rapidly advancing mobile technology has placed U.S. consumers and their data in limbo.

Why Aren't We Getting Chip and PIN Credit Cards?

A liability shift is giving consumers chip-enabled cards, sure, but a combination of dated payment infrastructure and rapidly advancing mobile technology has placed U.S. consumers and their data in limbo.

12 'Foreign' Cars Still Made In The U.S.A.

Mitsubishi won't be producing its vehicles at its plant in Illinois much longer, but some of the most popular Japanese, German and Korean automobiles will still be made here.

Your Forgotten 401(k) Does Your Retirement No Favors

By letting your contribution to a former employer's retirement plan fester, you're robbing yourself of earnings, control and, potentially, your family legacy.

Why 'Traditional' Family Financial Planning Is Changing

With same-sex, blended and multi-generational families existing in similar numbers to "traditional" heterosexual families with kids, financial planning needs to change to meet their increasingly mainstream goals.

There's Nothing Traditional About Families' Financial Needs

With same-sex, blended and multi-generational families existing in similar numbers to "traditional" heterosexual families with kids, financial planning needs to change to meet their increasingly mainstream goals.

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