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Your tax work isn't done once you file your return.
Most payments come in the form of a paper check or a withdrawal directly from a bank account, but those aren't the only ways to pay the tax man.
Just as physical health is a combination of behavior, genes, and access to good medical care, financial health is a result of personal decisions and abilities, the economy and access to good, unbiased financial services and advice.
File on time, and pay what you can.
Indian Muslim brides and grooms stand in line to register themselves during a mass marriage ceremony for more than 80 couples of various religions in Kolkata, India, Feb. 14.
To test how various credit-card actions affect credit scores in real life, NerdWallet and credit-reporting firm Equifax teamed up to analyze anonymized data on tens of thousands of people over time.
Women, on average, have 401(k) balances that are 50 percent lower than men's. Here's how to start closing the gap.
Tax season is a natural time to think about your finances, and a tax refund can be a big help in achieving your near- and far-term goals. Here are four practical steps you can take.
On average, the baby boomer generation is significantly under-saved for retirement. It’s not too late for millennials to change way we think about retirement so we can avoid making the same mistakes that our parents’ generation did.
Fifty years ago, Muriel 'Mickie' Siebert became the first woman to buy a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. Whether you’re learning how to buy stocks or are a seasoned investing veteran, her advice still resonates
Here are the tax implications and advantages of medical flexible spending arrangements and health savings accounts.
A new analysis reveals that savers who make the maximum IRA contribution each year will always net more after-tax retirement dollars with a Roth IRA than they will with a traditional IRA, regardless of their current and future tax rates.
While you can always snag solid last-minute travel deals, when you're booking airfare your best chance to save comes from buying early – but not too early.
Retailers hope to get some of that money, but so do debt collectors, buy-here-pay-here car lots and purveyors of interest-free loans that come with fat fees.
Here are a few questions to ask yourself before you make your next move, and some smart ways to save money if you decide buying is the way to go.
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