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Personal Finance

 Eight tax-smart savings tips

Tax-smart savings tips

Are you saving enough—and smartly? Here are tax-advantaged ways to help you do both.

Head start for grandkids

Learn about the tax benefits and other considerations when saving for college educations.

Tax-deduction tips

You don’t have to read the entire tax code to find deductions that may lower your taxes.

Before buying a house

Before you buy, four factors to help you see how much house you can comfortably afford.

Wealth Planning

Estate planning to dos

Almost everyone may benefit from an estate plan, regardless of how much money they have.

Giving that gives back

Charitable trusts can be a way to give, provide for your family, and help manage taxes.

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Life and Money

Talk with your partner

Discuss beneficiaries, accounts, location of important documents, and an emergency plan.

Ready to buy a home?

Buying a home is a big financial step. Make sure it’s right for you and your budget.

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Tax Strategies

Kids and taxes

When children must file tax returns, how to help reduce taxes on investments, and more.

Last-minute tax tips

How to help avoid mistakes, speed up a refund, and save some of what you get back.

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Health Care and Wellness

Medicare options

Get answers to questions about eligibility, choices, costs, and when and how to sign up.

Long-term care and you

Learn to navigate the costs, shifting coverage options, and insurance policy features.

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College Planning

Student loan guide

The more you save, the less you have to borrow. Here are tips for parents and students.

Your college ROI

Weigh current and future costs against potential benefits, both financial and personal.

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Our retirement team answers top questions from customers.

Retirement Roadmap

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