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Here Are the Biggest Tax Mistakes Retirees Make

Here Are the Biggest Tax Mistakes Retirees Make

Robert Powell has tips for retirees getting ready to file taxes, the most common mistake and how future retirees can prepare their taxes.

Less Jargon and More Clarity About Saving and Investing, Please

Less Jargon and More Clarity About Saving and Investing, Please

The jargon used by financial providers is a real turn-off to folks who just want to know how to make and save money.

How to Avoid Retirement 'Saving Regret'

How to Avoid Retirement 'Saving Regret'

People say they'll start saving for retirement tomorrow, and then tomorrow never comes.

Top Scams Targeting People Ages 65 and Older

Top Scams Targeting People Ages 65 and Older

Older Americans lose an estimated $2.9 billion a year to these scams, and you need to be aware of them and know how to avoid falling prey to them.

The Best of the Best Places to Retire in the U.S.

The Best of the Best Places to Retire in the U.S.

Here are some of the best places to retire in the U.S., and, because everyone is different, a few of the runner-ups from around the country.

This May Be the Biggest Asset Millennials Have for Saving Money

This May Be the Biggest Asset Millennials Have for Saving Money

Retirement Daily gives advice to young people with piling debt and little thoughts about retirement.

Tax Tip: Work In Your Fuzzy Slippers? Consider The Home Office Deduction

Tax Tip: Work In Your Fuzzy Slippers? Consider The Home Office Deduction

If you're fortunate enough to work from home in your fuzzy slippers (wait until you see mine!), consider taking the home office deduction on your tax return this year. Watch our video to see if you qualify!

The Kinds of Clients Financial Planners Should Avoid

The Kinds of Clients Financial Planners Should Avoid

When scouting for potential clients, financial planners need to be on the lookout for these signs of danger.

Diversification Is About More Than Just Stocks and Bonds

Diversification Is About More Than Just Stocks and Bonds

Financial planners must educate clients about the true meaning of diversification.

Leaving All the Financial Decisions to One Spouse Is Asking for Trouble

Leaving All the Financial Decisions to One Spouse Is Asking for Trouble

While it's common for one partner to handle most money decisions in a marriage, it's important for planners to make sure to listen to both.