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Death and taxes might be certain, but the latter changes each year. Even without major tax legislation — thanks, political gridlock — taxpayers need to be aware of even slight adjustments that could benefit them as they prepare their returns....
Until recently, retirement planning focused mostly on helping workers accumulate savings. Now, the Treasury Department is tackling another aspect: making sure retirees don't run out of money. The department last week proposed two regulations to make...
The Hartford CourantThe state is reviewing East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo's request for reinstatement of his approximately $40,000-a-year firefighter's disability pension, which was rescinded after Maturo was elected to the mayor's post. Maturo, who makes $75,000 a year...
South Florida Sun SentinelMost Floridians are like those polled in a new survey: They want to cut their debt this year, according to Greg Jensen, a Sunrise-based managing partner of New York Life Insurance CO. that commissioned the poll. The New York Life Kitchen Table Pulse...
On January 1, 2012, more than 200 new laws, covering everything from local library boards to murder, will go into effect. Chicago Tribune political reporter Rick Pearson says some that might impact you the most include: - Toll hike - Electronics...
Money & CompanyAmericans 60 and older may be retreating from the stock market, but more twentysomethings are putting 401(k) money into stocks, a study shows. That's due in part to the popularity of so-called target-date funds....
Feb 5, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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Feb 8, 2012 |Story| Hartford Courant
Jan 23, 2012 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Dec 29, 2011 |Story| WGNTV-LTV
Dec 28, 2011 | Los Angeles Times
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