7 Ways Your Taxes Will Change in 2020

This tax season just ended and it’s time to get right back to work preparing for the next one.  If you want to make the most of everything from tax deductions to tax-advantaged accounts , now is the time to learn the rules that will apply to your next return. Many key dollar figures — […]

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  • April 19, 2019
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These Are the 20 Biggest Landowners in the United States

While corporations can always offer more stock, and governments can always issue more bonds, there is one asset that has had a pretty fixed supply on earth for the last several million years: Land. And some Americans own quite a lot of that asset. The Land Report publishes an annual ranking of the biggest private […]

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  • April 17, 2019
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10 Reasons You Could Get Less Social Security

Almost 90 percent of Americans age 65 and older receive Social Security benefits, and the Social Security Administration expects about 63 million people to collect in 2018 — that’s about $1 trillion in Social Security disability benefits, Social Security retirement benefits and Social Security benefits for children and other survivors. But benefits can change from […]

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10 Reasons You’ll Go Broke in Retirement

As 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day and count down the minutes to retirement, they’re also counting their savings – and their fears. They’re not alone. According to the latest Transamerica Retirement Survey, the single greatest retirement fear is outliving savings, which was cited by 52% of those polled. Indeed, 38% of workers aren’t […]

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13 Signs You Are Making A Bad Investment

In the investment world, there is no such thing as a sure thing. Even good investments can turn sour, given a dose of bad news or exogenous events. However, some investments carry warning signs, and the best way to invest money is to heed these warnings to avoid losses or outright scams. Take a look […]

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15 States That Tax Your Income the Least

When you earn money, you’re usually not entitled to that entire sum. Rather, you’re apt to lose a portion of it to taxes. Now you’re probably familiar with paying federal taxes, but depending on where you live, you might lose a portion of your income to state taxes, too. If you live in these 15 […]

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