To raise revenue, lawmakers unlocked $12 billion in taxes owed by easing the rules on when you can convert traditional 401(k) assets to Roth 401(k) assets.
The Alternative Minimum Tax has threatened the middle class for decades. Now it won’t. Score one for the fiscal-cliff deal.
The hottest prospects on today’s dating scene don’t just have great abs; they have a great credit score.
New Year resolutions aren’t just about losing weight and quitting smoking. Money habits have crept to the top of many lists.
With just days until Christmas three-quarters of adults still have shopping to do. History tells us they will waste their money. Here’s how to make a last-minute gift matter.
Time is running short for year-end tax moves, and it now seems clear that any money-saving maneuvers must be based on what’s likely—not what’s certain.
A thriving industry has sprung up around people 40-plus going back to work or switching careers. The newest wrinkle is something called a “returnship,” which is practiced at a handful of leading companies including Goldman Sachs and Sara Lee.
Trendsetter IBM chisels away at its employees’ retirement security. Is your company next?
In a poll, Greeks tested highest in all of Europe for mastery of personal financial issues. Here’s what this impossible finding means
Democrats worry that a GOP proposal to curb deductions for charitable giving would crush the finances of key nonprofits. It wouldn’t. People give for dozens of reasons that have nothing to do with tax savings.
Birth rates hit an historic low in America last year. This small number of newborns will hit the workforce in 20 years, just as the last baby boomer reaches full retirement age. The pension math is not pretty.
To heck with the fiscal cliff. The financial debate that won’t go away is among parents who just want to know if their kids should work for the allowance they receive. The answer isn’t always as easy as it may seem.