Congress just eliminated two popular strategies used to get greater retirement benefits.
With tax season beginning, the Federal Trade Commission has announced Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week for 2016, and the National Credit Union Administration has new online resources to help consumers protect themselves.
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After the 2008 economic crisis, many people assumed they would never be able to reach true financial independence – the ability to live comfortably off one's savings and investments with no debt whatsoever.
However, individuals willing to use their time horizon to plan and adjust their spending, savings and investment behaviors might just find financial independence is possible. Here are 10 ideas to get started.
If your financial life is confined to boxes, file cabinets and various piles of statements and receipts that only you can navigate, it might be time for a little de-cluttering.
We all know we should save more money than we do. Whether we need to pay down debt, build an emergency fund or save for retirement, we need to cut spending and increase our savings. It's the only way to build financial security.
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