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In part six of a six-part series, Martha Shedden, founder of the National Association of Registered Social Security Analysts, provides an overview of the elements of retirement planning.
Jae Oh, author of Maximize Your Medicare, explains how large capital gains distributions can have adverse effects.
About 20% of Americans have a disability, which requires special financial planning.
Even though stocks are thought to protect investors from inflation, there are still risks.
Filing for Social Security benefits is a big decision with significant consequences for couples. Here's how to make sure you consider all your options.
Since 1998, you can sell your home and exclude gain from your income of up to $250,000 (single filing) and up to $500,000 (married filing joint). But with inflation, shouldn't that excludable amount be increased? Here's an idea that would benefit individuals and the government.
Consider these key points before you accept that new credit card offer. It could cost you more in the long run.
Here's how to determine if your Social Security benefits will be taxable.
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