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We're About to Have a Death Boom. Are You Ready?

We're About to Have a Death Boom. Are You Ready?

The inevitable result of a baby boom is a death boom, and the stress and sadness that comes from it.

You're Fat and In Debt for the Same Reason

You're Fat and In Debt for the Same Reason

Just as chronic money problems aren't about money, chronic weight problems probably aren't about food.

You Should Invest Like a Girl

You Should Invest Like a Girl

You should play poker like one too -- there are related skills.

There's a Simpler Home Office Deduction in 2013

There's a Simpler Home Office Deduction in 2013

The new method, though, isn't right for everyone -- starting with those who need more than 300 square feet.

6 Bits of Financial Advice From Homer Simpson, Forrest Gump and Others

6 Bits of Financial Advice From Homer Simpson, Forrest Gump and Others

Watch a lot of TV and movies? There might be solid words of wisdom in those scripts.

If You Don't Love Your Collectibles, You'll Hate the Results of Collecting

If You Don't Love Your Collectibles, You'll Hate the Results of Collecting

Stories of amazing payoffs are the exception, so investment shouldn't be the primary reason for your purchase.

Financial Advisers Are Being Told Not to Answer Their Phone

Financial Advisers Are Being Told Not to Answer Their Phone

Some advisers believe they don't have to return clients' phone calls in a timely fashion. What a mistake.

6 Steps to Doing Your Kids' Trust Fund Right

6 Steps to Doing Your Kids' Trust Fund Right

Here's how to stop your offspring from squandering their inheritance.

How to Deal With an Odd Market

How to Deal With an Odd Market

Bad news is good news for markets because if the economy stalls the Fed is more likely to keep buying bonds.

How to Compare Financial Advisers the Right Way

How to Compare Financial Advisers the Right Way

If so many games can be played around returns, what questions should a savvy comparison shopper ask?