It's not easy to talk about what you want to happen after you’re gone, but it’s time well spent.
Why it’s important to keep key documents and beneficiaries in order—in case something should happen.
Whether you're an elder or the adult child of one, communication with your family and a plan can minimize risk.
Your 2015 return can help you identify tax-smart strategies for 2016. Here are some key things to do.
Get some tips and reminders that might allow you to save time, avoid mistakes, and maybe lower your taxes.
Life and Money
Just as you take care of your family, you need to take care of yourself. And that applies to financial matters.
Talking about money with aging parents is rarely easy. Here are some financial moves to consider now.
Young super savers learned the secret of saving early. Here's what they do differently from everyone else.
It's critical to learn money basics before you make a misstep. Learn how to get taxes, debt, and savings right, early.
Health Care and Wellness
Six key questions to answer to help you decide whether to use health care exchanges to purchase health insurance.
We estimate a couple may spend $245,000 on health care in retirement, up $25,000 from 2014.
Think realistically about how much you can pay, and get creative in making your choice work for your family.
The right way reduces taxes, avoids penalties, and doesn’t jeopardize financial aid.
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