Retirement Withdrawal Rates
During your working years, you've probably set aside
funds in retirement accounts such as IRAs, 401(k)s,
and other workplace savings plans, as well as in
When Your Child Asks for a Loan, Should You Say Yes?
You raised them, helped get them through school, and now your children are on their own. Or are they? Even adult children sometimes need financial
How Does Your 529 Plan Stack Up Against the Competition?
If you're one of the millions of parents or grandparents
who've invested money in a 529 plan, now may be a good time to see how your
I owe a large amount of money to the IRS. Can I pay what I owe in installments?
Unfortunately, not everyone gets a refund during tax season. If you are in the unenviable position of owing a large amount of money to the IRS, you
Will I have to pay a penalty tax if I don't have qualifying health insurance?
It depends. One of the main objectives of the health-care reform law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), is to encourage uninsured