The answer to deciding which stocks to keep runs counter to what many investors might expect.
First, figure out what you owe on your student loans. Then map out a strategy.
A tax exemption allows millions of Americans to skip taxes when they sell their homes at a profit. A Biden administration proposal would take a larger bite from some sellers with the biggest gains.
Trusts give parents of special-needs children additional options for extending care and financial assistance. But you might need some expert help.
You and your spouse did everything right, financially. Except you didn’t consider the consequences when one of you dies first.
Investors are amassing hefty gains by loading up on economically sensitive stocks that have flourished during this year’s explosion of business activity.
A group of conservative money managers is seeking to woo investors disgruntled by increased involvement by some companies in political and social issues.
On the hunt for tax cheats, Uncle Sam is winning court battles to force cryptocurrency exchanges to reveal their customers. Your big unreported profits on bitcoin, ether or dogecoin could translate into big problems with the IRS.
Those in the industry hope to sustain last year’s growth. But there are problems under the surface.
You can forget “Sell in May and Go Away,” but still find a way to exploit the seasonal patterns in the stock market.
As markets rallied, stock funds rose an average 4.7% in April, to push their year-to-date gain to 13.5%.
One of the most common and costly Social Security mistakes: worrying about dying too soon.
That makes it harder for shareholders to understand a business’s leverage, a new study finds.
It means that an asset has hit a level unseen for some time. One could be coming for crude-oil futures.
As the options expand, investors can choose from an array of approaches.
The IRS is grappling with unprecedented delays caused by the pandemic and late changes to the law.
We examined returns for the past 15 years. Here’s what we found.
You don’t want to move into a retirement home that’s about to go bankrupt.
After the pandemic lockdowns disrupted many people’s finances, it pays for parents and students to consider the options.
A financial adviser offers his suggestions on how they can swing it.