You don’t have to be married to plan your financial future together—and to protect yourself financially.
Some things you can do now that may help you save on taxes—and avoid surprises on tax returns.
If a child has income from a job or from investments, there are tax implications. Here’s what you need to know.
Life and Money
Check investments, see whether you can reduce taxes, protect what you have, and do some housekeeping.
How women who divorce later in life—or any women—can plan for their financial future.
These four strategies can help you keep track of financial accounts—and avoid costly mistakes and abandoned property.
Want your children to be smart about money? Teaching financial values early in life can help.
Health Care and Wellness
Having a plan for your care can make a critical difference in your quality of life—and your family’s—as you age.
Tips to help you take charge—and save money on health care—from the medical director at Consumer Reports.
Get info about student loans, paying from a 529 account, and other creative college financing strategies.
Consider some of the solutions other parents are using including part-time work for their student.
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