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Where to Retire: All 50 States Ranked From Best to Worst

Where to Retire: All 50 States Ranked From Best to Worst

Whether you stay where you are or move somewhere new, how does each state hold up when it comes to a quality, affordable retirement?

What's the Difference Between Gross vs. Net Income?

What's the Difference Between Gross vs. Net Income?

Gross income and net income are important to understand, especially if you're running a business. This guide will help you know how to calculate each, and the difference between the two.

How to Manage Your Roth 401(k) at Work

How to Manage Your Roth 401(k) at Work

Robert Powell talks about converting money to a Roth account and creating tax-efficient retirement income.

Target-Date Funds May Fall Short for Retirement Savers

Target-Date Funds May Fall Short for Retirement Savers

Robert Powell says new thinking shows retirement investors need target-income funds, not just target-date funds.

What Is an Inheritance Tax?

What Is an Inheritance Tax?

Only a handful of people will ever pay taxes on estates and inheritances. Here's how it works.

Create a Tax-Efficient Withdrawal Strategy for Retirement Account

Create a Tax-Efficient Withdrawal Strategy for Retirement Account

Retirement expert Michael Kitces has four simple steps to build a tax-efficient withdrawal strategy for your retirement accounts.

Intuit Shares Rise on Quarterly Earnings Beat, Raised Guidance

Intuit Shares Rise on Quarterly Earnings Beat, Raised Guidance

Shares of accounting software giant Intuit jump after the company posts fiscal third-quarter earnings and revenue numbers that beat analysts' forecasts and raises guidance.

Trump's New China Tariffs Costing U.S. Families $831 a Year, New York Fed Says

Trump's New China Tariffs Costing U.S. Families $831 a Year, New York Fed Says

President Donald Trump has escalated his trade war with China over allegedly unfair practices. But guess what else is escalating? American consumers' costs for goods imported from China.

What Is a Tax Lien?

What Is a Tax Lien?

A tax lien can be used by the IRS or other taxing authority in the event that you don't pay some or all of the tax that you owe.

A Client's Overnight Success -- 20 Years in the Making

A Client's Overnight Success -- 20 Years in the Making

Adviser Mark Bordelove talks about shepherding a client and longtime friend through major financial and life stages.