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Thanksgiving is an opportune time to ensure your aging parents have their estate plan in place.

Reduce college tuition costs by accelerating the time in the classroom. 

Starting over in a new career requires a financial cushion and plenty of planning.

Retirement savers are wise to max out their 401(k) or IRA, but must be aware of the annual pre-tax limit.

Don’t let college costs, market volatility, or longevity risk give you nightmares.

Strategies that can potentially help lower your 2018 tax bill. 

The odds of winning the lottery are more than 1 in 292 million. But the odds of suffering a disability?

Make the most of your insurance open enrollment period by avoiding common mistakes.

Don’t have enough saved to cover a sudden need? Here’s how to get your financial safety net in place. 

Besides the obvious changes in lifestyle, there are fundamental money management changes to negotiate.

Build a 3-way strategy with tax-advantaged retirement accounts, home equity, and Social Security.

Millennials must pursue a disciplined approach of paying student loans while saving for retirement.

Super savers invest smart, set goals, and use new money to strengthen their financial safety net. 

More Americans are dreaming of an early retirement. If that includes you, start planning now.

Another year gone by, so maybe check on a few things before blowing out the candles.

Sometimes paying a mortgage during retirement can be financially viable. 

Merging finances as newlyweds means more than just sharing.

 

ABLE accounts let those with disabilities save without putting their public benefits in peril.