The only certainty of life is death and taxes…and then more taxes. Because after a death, there’s a variety of taxes due, some of which mirror the living (income tax) and others that are specifically for those who have passed on (estate tax). Find out what you have to do when the final tax bill comes due.
If you’re thinking about converting a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA, it might be a smart move – especially as you assess financial strategies in relation to your wealth and health. But, as with all important financial decisions, there are a few things to consider.
You’ve heard the same song and dance before. Student loan debt is on the rise, and there’s no sign of it stopping anytime soon. With money known to cause stress and debt keeping people from building wealth, what can future undergraduates do about it?
Americans are living longer; that may mean we also need to work longer. And working longer might be just what the doctor ordered to live long and live well. It turns out there are three key steps we can each take to help make the most of our retirements. (Hint: it’s not just about the money you’ve saved).
What do David Letterman, Pat Sajak, and Steven Spielberg have in common? Well, aside from being celebrities, they’re all turning 70½ in 2017, which means they’ll be subject to required minimum distributions (RMDs) on their retirement accounts.
Talking about life insurance can be well…um…pretty awkward. Learn some tips for talking with the right people at the right time to help you get the coverage you need so you can get back to living your life.
As you a go about creating your estate plan, it’s important think about who will care for your armies and dragons should something happen to you. Here is a look at estate planning lessons learned from Game of Thrones.