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  1. 5 End-of-Year Tax Tips for Small Business Owners
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    5 End-of-Year Tax Tips for Small Business Owners

    Moves you can make right now that may help reduce your company’s 2016 tax liability.

  2. 8 Year-End Tax Tips That Could Save You Money
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    8 Year-End Tax Tips That Could Save You Money

    Consider making these financial moves to help reduce your tax liability and get you closer to your goals

  3. The Bulletin: Weekly Tips, Trends and Insights
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    The Bulletin: Weekly Tips, Trends and Insights

  4. Keeping Pace in a Transforming World
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    Keeping Pace in a Transforming World

    With market growth a moving target, regular rebalancing can help you stay on track to pursue your investment goals

  5. Women & Retirement: The Earnings Gap
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    Women & Retirement: The Earnings Gap

    Your approach to investing could help boost your income. Here are some steps to consider.

  6. Bet You Can't Watch Just One!
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    Bet You Can't Watch Just One!

    A great resource for teaching your family about finances—or brushing up on your own knowledge—the Better Money Habits® website, brought to you by Bank of America, offers free, practical information and tools to help you build financial know-how

  7. The Basics Q&A: A Retirement Account for Teens? <i>Really?</i>
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    The Basics Q&A: A Retirement Account for Teens? Really?

    Q: My teenage daughter worked as a waitress this summer. Is it too early for her to start investing for retirement?

  8. Social Security, Medicare & More: Understanding Your Retirement Choices
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    Social Security, Medicare & More: Understanding Your Retirement Choices

  9. Four Reasons to Use a Trust
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    Four Reasons to Use a Trust

    Andy Friedman of The Washington Update discusses how trusts can help you provide for the people and causes you care most about—whatever your net worth

  10. Investing in a Healthier World
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    Investing in a Healthier World

    As global health issues come to the forefront, these three areas offer investors a chance to make a difference while pursuing growth

  11. The Basics Q&A: Paying Off Grad-School Debt
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    The Basics Q&A: Paying Off Grad-School Debt

    Q: I’m going to graduate from med school with a lot of student-loan debt. How can I make it more manageable?

  12. Are You Ready to Live to 100? Ways to Help You Get (Financially) Fit
    finances

    Are You Ready to Live to 100? Ways to Help You Get (Financially) Fit

  13. What My Mom Taught Me About Money
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    What My Mom Taught Me About Money

    One of our experts shares his mother’s best advice—and offers some tips for teaching your children the financial basics

  14. Checklist: 9 Questions Every Advisor Should Be Able to Answer
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    Checklist: 9 Questions Every Advisor Should Be Able to Answer

    Whatever your priorities, this can help you find someone who understands you and has the resources to help you manage your financial life

  15. Social Security Update: New Rules for Claiming Benefits
    finances

    Social Security Update: New Rules for Claiming Benefits

    With two useful strategies taken off the table, many couples may have to rethink how they plan for their retirement income

  16. Women Power
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    Women Power

    Their growing clout—as entrepreneurs, executives and consumers—is changing how companies do business and spurring economic growth around the world

  17. The Basics Q&A: Will This Small Biz Owner Be Ready for Retirement?
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    The Basics Q&A: Will This Small Biz Owner Be Ready for Retirement?

    Q: As a small business owner, I'm having trouble saving for retirement and I'm relying on my husband's retirement plan. What other options do I have?

  18. The Need for Yield Isn’t Changing—But Ways to Find It Are
    finances

    The Need for Yield Isn’t Changing—But Ways to Find It Are

    Now that rates are edging higher, here are ways you can look for portfolio income, at whatever stage of life you’re in.

  19. Stocks or Bonds: What Happens When Rates Rise?
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    Stocks or Bonds: What Happens When Rates Rise?

    Understanding income-producing investments—and how they might behave as interest rates rise—can help guide your search for income.

  20. Dealing With the Market's Latest Roller Coaster Ride
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    Dealing With the Market's Latest Roller Coaster Ride

    How should you respond when the markets throw you for a loop? With volatility expected to continue through year-end, we asked Michael Liersch, Merrill Lynch's head of behavioral finance, for his best advice.

  21. Taxes and Your Social Security
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    Taxes and Your Social Security

    Your benefits may be taxed. But a little up-front planning today may minimize the hit tomorrow.

  22. The Day
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    The Day "Love Won"—and LGBT Finances Changed Forever

    What the Supreme Court’s historic marriage-equality ruling does—and doesn’t—mean for same-sex couples

  23. The Basics Q&A: 3 Smart Tips for Young Investors
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    The Basics Q&A: 3 Smart Tips for Young Investors

    The markets and investing can seem complicated at first. Use these strategies to better understand your goals for your money and how you can pursue them.

  24. What’s Your Investment Personality?
    finances

    What’s Your Investment Personality?

    Answering these questions can help you and your advisor create a customized strategy for pursuing all of your retirement goals

  25. The Basics Q&A: Saving for College
    finances

    The Basics Q&A: Saving for College

    Q: I just opened a 529 college savings account for my daughter. How can I use it?

  26. The Basics Q&A: Planning for the Future
    finances

    The Basics Q&A: Planning for the Future

    Q: How can I prepare for retirement if I don't know what my expenses will be?

  27. Snap Stat: Inflation's Big Bite
    finances

    Snap Stat: Inflation's Big Bite

  28. Social Security: Aiming for Smarter Payments
    finances

    Social Security: Aiming for Smarter Payments

    Delaying your benefits as long as you can could give you greater income for life. Can you afford to wait? Here’s how to determine the timing that’s right for you.

  29. Women and Investing
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    Women and Investing

    Men and women aren't all that different—at least when it comes to their financial lives—says Merrill Lynch's head of Behavioral Finance

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