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What Documents Do I Need to File My Taxes?

As a taxpayer, you need to provide all the right forms. Here are the documents you'll need to file your taxes accurately.

What Is Taxable Income?

Taxable income is income the IRS can tax you on. Here are some additional income sources you can be taxed on.

How Long Should I Keep My Tax Returns?

Information you need for tax planning.

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How simulated trading works


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Join a game and get $100,000 in virtual cash
2.
Pick stocks to create your virtual portfolio
3.
Track your performance on the leaderboard. Trade to win!

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Important: unlike simulated trading, trading on Spire involves risk of loss and investors should carefully consider the appropriateness of any security before investing.

The essentials

Get up to speed on budgeting, career, health, and investing.

How to start investing

Start with broad concepts before picking investments

Smart investing made easy

Some people like to do things themselves, others like help. Investing isn’t much different. Fortunately, if you are not the “do-it-yourself” type of person, we can help.

Where do you stand? Year-end review

Follow our 3-step plan to help keep your long-term goals on track.

Just 1% more can make a big difference

Increasing your savings by just 1% now could mean a lot in retirement.

What you need to know about exit strategies

Exit strategies are one of the most important yet overlooked parts of investing.

Decoding investment-speak

Financial jargon can sound like a foreign language. But you don’t need a degree in economics or a lot of money to start investing. You just need to learn some basics.

5 steps to take control of your finances

If you're unsure about the future, it can make sense to have more and spend less.

Thinking of taking money out of a 401(k)?

Here’s what you need to know about 401(k) withdrawals and loans—plus alternatives.

Refinancing your student loan, step by step

Once you refinance your student loans, you can’t reverse it. Here are 4 steps you can take when considering student loan repayment.

Having a baby? 5 ways to prepare for parental leave

Whether you're planning to take a short or an extended period of parental leave, here are a few things you should do to prepare for that break.

3 things to consider when combining assets with your partner

Bringing your partner into your finances proves commitment to your relationship. Read about how to plan ways to merge assets with your partner here.

4 financial conversations to have with your partner before parenthood

Having a baby with your significant other is exciting and deserves to be in agreement on certain topics. Consider these 4 key financial conversations before having a baby.

Protect your ID and documents on vacation

What would you do if you lost your passport while traveling abroad?

4 steps to determine how much house you can (really) afford

Buying a house is exciting and stressful and there are infinite factors to consider such as, home affordability. These 4 steps may help with your big decision.

3 hacks I use to save money on travel

Setting aside money in your personal budget is great, but sometimes it takes a little more strategy. Here are three smart ways to help make traveling more affordable.

3 reasons to contribute to an IRA

Saving in an IRA comes with tax benefits that can help you grow your money.

IRAs: A smart way to save for retirement

IRAs can be a great way to save—whether you're contributing to a 401(k) or other workplace savings plan, or not. If you put away just a little every month, it can make a big impact over time. Learn about the differences between Traditional and Roth IRAs to see which one is right for you.

How to start investing

Start with broad concepts before picking investments

How to start investing

Start with broad concepts before picking investments

Smart investing made easy

Some people like to do things themselves, others like help. Investing isn’t much different. Fortunately, if you are not the “do-it-yourself” type of person, we can help.

Where do you stand? Year-end review

Follow our 3-step plan to help keep your long-term goals on track.

Don't Buy a Stock Unless You Can Answer These 3 Questions

Thinking of buying stocks? Here are a few key questions to ask before you decide to buy a specific stock.

What Documents Do I Need to File My Taxes?

As a taxpayer, you need to provide all the right forms. Here are the documents you'll need to file your taxes accurately.

What Is Taxable Income?

Taxable income is income the IRS can tax you on. Here are some additional income sources you can be taxed on.

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3 reasons to contribute to an IRA

Saving in an IRA comes with tax benefits that can help you grow your money.

IRAs: A smart way to save for retirement

IRAs can be a great way to save—whether you're contributing to a 401(k) or other workplace savings plan, or not. If you put away just a little every month, it can make a big impact over time. Learn about the differences between Traditional and Roth IRAs to see which one is right for you.

How to start investing

Start with broad concepts before picking investments

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