As president, Donald Trump and his policies could affect certain sectors of the economy, like oil. However, they may also affect your retirement as well.
Nothing--under ordinary times--is certain except death and taxes. But under President Donald Trump--only death is certain.
'Stay healthy' - key advice for wealthy seniors until the estate tax dust settles in D.C.
Not only is your family typically around on Thanksgiving, but everyone's at least peaceful enough to talk about long-term financial plans.
What's behind the boost in O.J. futures? Myriad global impactors, like decreased production and plant-based disease problems in the U.S. and Brazil, are squeezing supply.
You need a will for the 21st century. Here's your road map.
Estate tax on a state level can chip away at the money you leave your heirs. Find out how to avoid a reduced inheritance for your loved ones.
Income riders sound harmless at first, but they are a money-making machine for the annuity industry.
Death is not something people want to talk about. And that is probably one of the reasons so many people do not have an estate plan, or even a will.
Long the bastion of the fabulously rich, these firms are no longer letting others do their bidding and are instead directly investing in portfolio companies themselves.
It's best to start with a range of investments and then narrow the list to the ones that perform best.
Nobody likes to think about losing control of life - and few people can hate to talk about it more than an elderly loved one.
Sometimes a bequest can create more problems for beneficiaries than it solves.
A federal court ruling that MetLife wasn't a 'SIFI' was seen as a victory, but an appeal creates uncertainty -- and higher costs -- for the company moving forward.
AIG's sale of United Guaranty to Arch Capital Group as CEO Peter Hancock executes a plan to return $25 billion to the insurance behemoth's shareholders.