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Does going to a prestigious college make as big of a difference as you'd expect?
All of your favorite news from this week.
Two years into the SECURE Act becoming law, what do you need to know?
Tips and resources to help you navigate the Medicare annual enrollment process and select a plan to meet your needs.
In this chapter of Retirement Remix, author Chip Munn explains how you can plan for and manage debt.
A reader has a question about when her husband can retire without impacting his benefits.
Tax changes for wealthy Americans are coming as early as 2022. Here are the expected impacts.
Student loans disproportionately affect Black students, so what can they do before and after college to limit the debt?
What was in this year's Social Security Trustees report and how will it affect the future of the program?
One of the biggest trends across the financial services industry has been the growth of sustainable investing, in both the number of products and the asset growth over the past couple of years.
A reader wonders if filing for Social Security the year their earnings hit the Social Security maximum will affect what benefits they receive. Elaine Floyd of Horsesmouth answers.
6 key steps you can take to make the transition back into paying your student loans a seamless one.
Jeffery Levine, chief planning officer at Buckingham Wealth Partners, answered a reader's question about whether conversions are still possible under new legislation proposed by the House Ways and Means Committee.
After you hit the State and Local Tax (SALT) limit, what strategies can you use to increase your deductions?
Do you feel like your money doesn't go as far as it used to? Heather Lavallee explains how using voluntary benefits could help maximize your money.
Jeffery Levine, chief planning officer at Buckingham Wealth Partners, answered a reader's question about whether they can continue using their HSAs from their previous employer.
Social Security hasn't kept up with inflation. Here are some ways to limit your rising expenses in retirement.
A reader is ready to start his Social Security benefits, but wants to be sure he doesn't cross a line and cause a reduction in his benefits.