Personal finance

Grace Cary | Moment | Getty Images Whether you’re mid-career or nearing retirement, it’s important to know where you’re investing — and how those accounts could impact future taxes, experts say. Many workers are heavily concentrated in tax-deferred savings via a pretax 401(k) plan or traditional individual retirement accounts, which incur regular income taxes on
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Theatrical one-sheet for THELMA, a Magnolia Pictures release. Courtesy: Magnolia Pictures In the movie “Thelma,” 93-year-old Thelma Post receives a frantic call from what sounds like her grandson saying he’s in jail with a broken nose following an accident and needs $10,000. Assuming the call is truly her grandson, Thelma, portrayed by June Squibb, follows
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pixelfit | E+ | Getty Images Young, wealthy investors don’t want their parents’ investments. If you’re between the ages of 21 and 43 and have at least $3 million in investable assets, your preferred investments likely aren’t your traditional mix of stocks and bonds, according to new research from Bank of America. Nearly one-third of
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In an already difficult year for college applicants, when it came down to picking a school, there was one factor that outweighed all others: financial aid. Even in ordinary years, choosing a college largely hinges on the amount of financial aid offered and the breakdown among grants, scholarships, work-study opportunities and student loans. In 2024, however,
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