You've taken the steps to organize and pay down your debt. Now don't blow it.
Those who earn too much to contribute to a Roth IRA can get the same benefits by opening a traditional IRA and converting it. Should you?
Sometimes inflation can actually work in your favor.
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She's saving nearly half of her income but still worries that she's falling short on the retirement front. How does a person figure this out?
Participants in 401k's will get a better idea of how much they're paying in fees for their plan.
The rich use a variety of strategies, all perfectly legal and available to everyone, to reduce the size of their income tax bills.
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