The Senate’s new retirement proposal could get you more money in your 401(k)

In a steady effort to construct Americans’ retirement safety, senators launched the “Encouraging Americans to Save Act” on Thursday to

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What will Apple say about the next iPhone at earnings time? Maybe more than usual

The pandemic might add a wrinkle to the guessing recreation that usually accompanies Apple Inc.’s June-quarter convention name. Typically the

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Peter Thiel’s $5 billion Roth IRA moves Congress to consider changes to investment account’s rules

Paypal PYPL, -0.70% co-founder Peter Thiel’s $5 billion Roth particular person retirement account steadiness has some members of Congress second-guessing

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I earn $54,000. My wife earns $28,000. I pay most of our bills, but she’s upset that she pays our $3,000 taxes

Dear Quentin, My wife and I have been married for six and a half years. I carry residence about $54,000

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This is why millennials are going crazy for RVs, and these students thought they were paying for their education with an innovative alternative to loans — but the true cost was hidden, lawsuit alleges

TGIF, MarketWatchers. Have a secure and blissful Fourth of July weekend, and don’t miss these high tales: This is why

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My husband lives in my $650K home. He complains about paying ‘rent’ of $2,000 a month — and wants to use that money to trade stocks

Dear Quentin, My husband and I’ve been married for 2 years. We each earn six figures, though I make way

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Opinion: The tax shock that could save Social Security

If they arrive for our Social Security and Medicare checks in a number of years’ time – and there is

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I’m a 55-year-old single mom adopting a teenager. I have $550,000 in my retirement account, make $295,000 a year but would like to retire early. Can I?

I am a 55-year-old single lady with one 19-year-old youngster, and am a lawyer. My annual wage is $295,000. I

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My husband has $75K on his credit card and plans to spend $8K on sporting events. What can I do? Am I on the hook if he dies?

Dear Quentin, What steps can I take to shield myself from my husband’s monetary selections? We are each 47 and

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Monday is the first deadline to opt out of the enhanced child tax credit — there’s one reason why you should

Just as the Internal Revenue Service is gearing up to distribute hundreds of thousands of month-to-month child-tax-credit funds to U.S.

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