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

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

    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?

  3. 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

  4. 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 2017 tax liability

  5. 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

  6. Help for Rising College Costs
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    Help for Rising College Costs

    With more eligible expenses and greater flexibility, 529 college savings plans work harder for you

  7. 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?

  8. The Basics Q&A: What Can—and Can’t—I Use a 529 College Savings Account for?
    finances

    The Basics Q&A: What Can—and Can’t—I Use a 529 College Savings Account for?

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

  9. 4 Big Retirement Risks—and How to Prepare for Them
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    4 Big Retirement Risks—and How to Prepare for Them

    You can’t control unexpected events in your life and the markets, but these tips can help you limit their impact

  10. The Basics Q&A: Retirement Income That Measures Up
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    The Basics Q&A: Retirement Income That Measures Up

    Q: Pension income, investments, a 401(k) account: What’s a smart way for me to draw on these sources to meet my retirement needs?

  11. Elder Fraud Is on the Rise: Is a Con Artist Targeting Someone You Love?
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    Elder Fraud Is on the Rise: Is a Con Artist Targeting Someone You Love?

    Here are some signs to watch for—and steps you can take to help protect your family

  12. What Higher Interest Rates Could Mean for You
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    What Higher Interest Rates Could Mean for You

    Karin Kimbrough, our head of Investment Strategy, answers your questions

  13. Social Security Strategy Session
    fall-2016

    Social Security Strategy Session

    An easy way to find the best time to claim your benefit

  14. Are You Ready to Live to 100 ?<br/>Ways to Help You Get (Financially) Fit
    finances

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

  15. Snap Stat: Life’s Biggest—and Least Understood—Expense
    finances

    Snap Stat: Life’s Biggest—and Least Understood—Expense

  16. The Basics Q&A: Taxes and Your IRA
    finances

    The Basics Q&A: Taxes and Your IRA

    Q: Which is the better way to save for retirement – a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA?

  17. Finances in Retirement New Challenges, New Solutions
    finances

    Finances in Retirement New Challenges, New Solutions

  18. Four Reasons to Use a Trust
    finances

    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

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

    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

  20. Will Your Social Security Benefits Be Taxed?
    finances

    Will Your Social Security Benefits Be Taxed?

    For many people, the answer is yes – but these strategies could help you minimize the hit on your retirement income

  21. The Day
    finances

    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

  22. 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.

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