The troubled housing market isn’t just hurting homeowners who want to sell, it’s torpedoing incomes for builders and remodelers as well.
Investors over 70 can opt out of the required minimum distribution this year. Is this the best option for you?
It could pay to keep a chunk of cash on the sidelines this year. You may want it to convert a traditional IRA or similar plan to a tax-free Roth IRA.
Target-date funds might seem like the default for young investors, but is the risk worth the reward?
Employees are eager to get the most they can from their company's stock-purchase plan, despite the risks. Are those risks worth the reward?
In today’s market conditions, paying points is worth serious consideration.
Three or four years ago, people had two job concerns — getting laid off or not getting raises fast enough. Now many face a new concern — a pay cut.
Bonds have long been the backbone of the conservative portion of an investment portfolio, but now bonds are looking shakier. Can you cut the risk?
Want to know if your local housing market has hit the bottom yet? Use price-to-rent ratio to figure it out.
Bonds backed by mortgage debt may sound risky in this housing market, but you can find high yields if you look to government-backed options.