Exchange-traded funds are becoming a popular option in your 401(k), but is it better to buy ETFs in a taxable account?
There are two reasons to own fixed-income securities: safety and income. Too bad yields are so low that income isn't a viable reason right now.
Adjustable-rate mortgages haven’t been too popular with loan applicants recently, but that doesn't mean ARMs are a dying breed.
Fixed-income investors are in a tough spot. Yields on safer savings like CDs are pitifully low. So, what about dividend-paying stocks?
Deciding whether to convert a traditional IRA into a Roth is especially complex if you might leave your heirs a taxable estate.
It’s a tough market for sellers, but there are a few ways to make the best of it aside from standards like reducing the price and sprucing up.
It’s nice to have a grace period to pay a bill, but iinvestors who rely on the government’s deadline for IRA contributions are usually hurting themselves.
Settling for less-than-topnotch investment gains can pay off for several reasons.
Resolved: to do a better job managing investments in the New Year. So, what are the key things to keep in mind?
Well, this is a surprise. And what a mess! There are no federal estate taxes.