The Treasury is reversing a decision that directed employers to back away from offering lump-sum payouts.
Ocasio-Cortez's 70 percent tax plan: The likelihood of higher taxes and what it means for your retirement
Even if Ocasio-Cortez’s proposal as stated doesn’t become a reality, it’s entirely possible that tax rates move up from where they are today. Here is what you need to know.
Social Security has to be reformed if the program is to remain viable, but the House Dems’ latest so-called ‘solution’ is more of the same from the far-left: tax increases.
Ramsey Solutions financial expert Chris Hogan on a survey on what Americans consider to be a 'life-changing' sum of money and the steps to reducing debt and boosting Americans' savings.
Unsolicited money advice is like stale fruitcake: Most people wish the givers would just keep it to themselves.
Americans will face a slew of new rules during the first tax-filing season with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 in effect.
Bankrate senior economic analyst Mark Hamrick on the bull market's 10-year anniversary and the outlook for stocks.
Typically, the most desired locations aren’t the most affordable.
Everything you need to know about IRA tax traps related to withdrawals, rollovers and estate planning.
Think of this as your starter guide to keeping your estate plan up-to-date.
Certified financial planner Jill Schlesinger has seen smart people make some pretty spectacular money mistakes.
It’s likely that the late German fashion designer's beloved Choupette will walk away a 'fat cat.'
The risk of not having a withdrawal plan? Running out of money in retirement.
To qualify for the credit this year, you must meet two sets of criteria.
If you think health care is expensive now, wait until it’s free.
Nearly half of Americans don’t think their retirement savings will ever reach $1 million.
Newly-emboldened Congressional Democrats don’t merely want to fill the Social Security funding gap with new taxes. They want to raise taxes enough to expand the program’s benefits, for rich and poor alike.
Change is constant — especially when you're young.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle -- from Bernie Sanders to Marco Rubio -- are criticizing stock buybacks. But their objections are misguided.
As if the worst year for stocks in nearly a decade weren't bad enough, many investors now have to pay a tax bill on top of it.