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Personal Finance

7 steps for using credit cards wisely

Seven credit card tips

Credit has an important financial role. Find out how to use credit cards wisely and make the most of the benefits.

4 things for couples to talk about

As you celebrate Valentine’s Day with your partner, consider talking about some important financial things too.

Five tips for 2015 tax returns

Why it's a good idea to file early, where to get 2015 tax forms, how to help reduce taxes, and avoid tax identify theft.

Prevent financial elder abuse

Whether you're an elder or the adult child of one, communication with your family and a plan can minimize risk.

Wealth Planning

Wealth transfer checklist

Four steps to help you plan for the transfer of wealth and your values to loved ones.

Do you need an estate plan?

Almost anyone can benefit from a plan, regardless of how much money you have or your age.

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Life and Money

Your money: 10 resolutions

Make your New Year’s resolutions list. Here are some popular items and ways to help stick to them in 2016.

Viewpoints top 10

What did readers find most useful in 2015? Estate planning and retirement top the list.

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Tax Strategies

New law provides tax relief

A new law avoids a government shutdown and provides $680 billion in tax relief.

Increase your tax savings

Donating appreciated assets may help increase tax savings and charitable contributions.

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Health Care and Wellness

Retiree health costs

We estimate a couple may spend $245,000 on health care in retirement, up $25,000 from 2014.

Medicare options

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

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College Planning

Smart 529 spending

The right way reduces taxes, avoids penalties, and doesn’t jeopardize financial aid.

Student loan guide

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

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Ask Fidelity

Our retirement team answers top questions from customers.

Retirement Roadmap

Next Steps

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