8 Ways You Might Be Cheating on Your Taxes
Don't cross the line when it comes to your taxes. Avoid these common traps that can get you in hot water with the IRS.
Stock Market Today: Stocks Sluggish, But Nasdaq Claws Out a Fresh High
Mixed signals on the economic front mostly muted the broader indexes, but a strong day from Tesla helped get the Nasdaq over the hump yet again.
10 Fantastic Funds With Diverse Leadership
If you really want to invest for change, pay attention to who is running the show. Here's a list of funds ran by a diverse group of portfolio managers.
They Bought What? The Most Popular Items Sold on Amazon Prime Day
Amazon Prime Day moved up to June 2021 after a dive into October in 2020. Here are the most popular items sold this week.
How Automatic Enrollment in 401(k)s Could Reshape Saving for Retirement
The SECURE Act 2.0 could require employers to automatically enroll eligible workers in retirement plans. If the legislation passes, there could be pros and cons to this change.
Keep Yourself Honest With a Financial "Halftime" Audit
Kiplinger contributing editor and Atlanta Falcons linebacker Brandon Copeland explains why it's so important to hit pause and check the progress of your financial goals midway through 2021.
Business Owners Need an Exit Strategy When They Are Ready to Retire
If you are looking to sell your business and retire, you need to understand what your company is worth, what documents you must have ready and who the potential buyers could be.
Earn 3.54% With Series I Bonds
A savings or money market deposit account is best for quick cash, but I bonds can fit into a longer-term savings plan.