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Over two-thirds of respondents in a recent survey said they don’t have enough money saved for an emergency, and vacation planning trumped retirement planning for many.
Most economists say things are getting better, yet Treasury yields keep hitting one low after another, raising deflation fears.
Women investors hold 37 percent of assets in savings or checking accounts compared to 25 percent for men, according to a study released today by Hearts & Wallets.
Based on numerous factors including climate, health care and cost of living, these exotic countries offer retirees the most for their money, according to International Living.
A U.S. delegation to Cuba in 35 years began talks today aimed at restoring diplomatic relations and eventually opening up full trade and travel ties between two adversaries.
Millennials with high earnings potential represent a promising market for advisors looking to add new clients, says a TD Ameritrade survey.
Barack Obama enters the final two years of his presidency with a blemish on his legacy that looks impossible to erase: the decline of the middle class.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch said Tuesday the committee will work to shift fiduciary rule making for retirement plans from the Labor Department to the Treasury Department.
Obama is proposing new taxes on the wealthiest Americans to fund expanded tax credits for higher education and child care and create a new break for two-earner couples.
The opportunity divide that begins at birth is widening, reinforcing inequality as American children progress through school.
Most investors do not understand how to find a private placement opportunity that would meet their risk profile.
Entrepreneurship can be viewed as an alternative asset class and source of retirement income, maintains columnist and advisor Robert Laura.
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