What Consumers Can Expect From Rising Interest Rates

What Consumers Can Expect From Rising Interest Rates

Market watchers expect a few more hikes out of the Fed this year. Here's why higher interest rates are probably a mistake.

Don't Fall for These Tax Myths

Don't Fall for These Tax Myths

Falling for tax myths can prove costly when dealing with the IRS.

60 Seconds: Did You Take 'Nova to Win? Uncle Sam's Psyched to Share Your Money!

60 Seconds: Did You Take 'Nova to Win? Uncle Sam's Psyched to Share Your Money!

If you took Villanova to win in your March Madness bracket -- Congratulations! That's awesome! Now make sure you share that -- and any other money you win from an office pool or gambling bet -- with Uncle Sam. In 60 seconds, watch and learn how.

Last Call!...For These Tax Deductions

Last Call!...For These Tax Deductions

You remember last call, don't you?! Well put the drink down and grab your tax return but it's "last call" for some of your favorite tax deductions thanks to the new tax law. Watch our video to find out which ones!

How Much Can You Save by Moving to a Low-Tax State?

How Much Can You Save by Moving to a Low-Tax State?

State taxes take on added importance now that 2018 tax reform has limited state and local tax deductions. Here are states where you can cut your tax bill, but beware domicile laws in you old state.

Pay Banker Bonuses in Bonds to Reduce Risk, N.Y. Fed Chief Says

Pay Banker Bonuses in Bonds to Reduce Risk, N.Y. Fed Chief Says

Bill Dudley, who as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York oversees big banks like JPMorgan and Citigroup, says bankers might police risk-taking by employees more aggressively if their compensation came in the form of bonds instead of stock. That way, they'd care more if their company could pay back its debts.

Treat Your Tax Refund Like Any Other Investment

Treat Your Tax Refund Like Any Other Investment

The majority of taxpayers will get a tax refund, but it isn't free money. It's money that you've been prevented from spending for the past year, so here's how to hang onto it.

Which Costs More in Retirement? Your Housing or Healthcare

Which Costs More in Retirement? Your Housing or Healthcare

You probably worry the most about healthcare costs in retirement, but you'll be surprised to hear what actually could cost you more! Robert Powell, editor of Retirement Daily, explains. Watch!

Federal Reserve Raises Interest Rates in Push to End Easy Money

Federal Reserve Raises Interest Rates in Push to End Easy Money

The U.S. central bank's monetary-policy committee raised benchmark borrowing costs by a quarter percentage point to a range of 1.5% to 1.75%, in Jerome Powell's first meeting as Fed chairman.

Push Off Social Security Until Age 70

Push Off Social Security Until Age 70

If you can push of taking those Social Security payments until you hit 70, you actually will be better off financially for a number of reasons. Robert Powell, editor of Retirement Daily, tells us what there are here so watch now!