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Thursday, January 11, 2018
This week’s retirement strategies and news
How to save for retirement when your income's low
Even with a low income, you can still scrape out a few extra dollars to save by following this method.
68% of Americans with debt doubt they will ever be debt-free
31 million people believe they will still owe on their credit cards when they die, according to a new survey.
Russ Wiles: Tax reform won't alter most financial tips, strategies
Tax-reform legislation OK'd for 2018 is an important measure with significant repercussions, but it won't drastically change most basic financial tips and objectives.
Home equity hits record high, and here's how homeowners are spending it
Remodeling spending topped $152 billion in 2017, and is forecast to increase in 2018. Homeowners are using home equity cash to pay down other debt in order to lower monthly payments.
Top health savings account mistake people make
It could cost you a lot of money to not invest your HSA money!
Financial goals: 10 moves to boost your wealth in 2018
Personal finance website WalletHub compiled a list of the top moves you want to be thinking about now to improve your financial well-being.
'Bunching' deductions: Ramp up your tax savings in 2018 with this strategy
Plan your charitable giving to help exceed the new standard deduction hurdle. Some 36.6 million filers claimed the charitable giving deduction in 2016.
When a $1 million retirement nest egg isn't enough
Considering the looming retirement savings shortfall, experts say there are only two ways out: Earn more or spend less.
Inflation hedge? 3 myths about investing in gold
Are you considering investing in gold to protect against inflation, or get some dividend income? Read this first.
Health care: This expense could have already eaten up your tax refund
There is a spike in health care spending after individuals receive their tax refunds, according to new research from JPMorgan Chase Institute.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Ukrainian servicemen fire a towed howitzer close to a frontline near Donetsk, Ukraine on Jan. 11, 2018. Pro-Russian rebels attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas seven times in the past 24 hours, with three Ukrainian soldiers killed in action an
Mexico travel warning: U.S. urges citizens to avoid 5 Mexican states
Big changes coming to Diet Coke with 4 new flavors
Physically fit recruits for Army are hard to find. Especially in these states
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