The Millionaire's Tax is among the new laws and changes taking effect in 2023.
Ask an Advisor: We Are 70 Years Old, Have $99K in Retirement Income, a $1.4M IRA and Other Investments. Is It Too Late to Convert to a Roth?
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You want a traditional IRA if your goal is to reduce your 2022 taxable income. If you want tax-free withdrawals in retirement, you might prefer a Roth IRA, though you'll have to pay taxes on these contributions now. If you made IRA contributions during 2022, you must make sure that your prior-year contribution doesn't push you over the limits noted above.
Now that 2022 is coming to an end, the clock is beginning to tick on preparing your 2022 tax returns. Those getting their documents in order to file will want to note a number of changes and updates...
Once you've received your W-2 from your primary job, you might be tempted to file your taxes as soon as the filing window opens to get your refund sooner. See: 10 Jaw-Dropping Stats About the State of...
Microsoft founder and billionaire turned philanthropist Bill Gates recently laid to rest the long-time conspiracy theory that he owns some 80% of all U.S. farmland in his 11th appearance in an “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) session on Reddit. What Happened: Gates, answering dozens of questions over the course of a few hours during the AMA, including: “Why are you buying up so much farmland, do you think this is a problem with billionaire wealth and how much you can disproportionally acquire?” In respon
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The GOP plan would set a national sales tax of 30% and eliminate the IRS.
The sudden and lengthy appearance of the coronavirus pandemic delivered many lessons -- among them, that life can be taken away from even the healthiest individuals in the blink of an eye. Planning...
Don't even think about retiring until you have these 3 things fully paid off — and no, your mortgage isn't one of them
Leaving these accounts open could tarnish your golden years.
Whether you buy a car new or used, the dealer might try to load you down with add-ons and accessories of every sort -- and they're likely to tell you that it will only add a few dollars to the monthly...
The new year brings renewed motivation, a fresh set of resolutions and all the documents you'll need to file your returns for last year's taxes. Few people look forward to settling up with the IRS,...
‘Don’t just sit there, do something.’ The stock market is telling you to make some hard decisions with your money now.
After months of talking to and reading the words of investment experts trying to find the right way to describe and forecast the U.S. economy and stock market for 2023, I’m not going to go out on a limb and say this time is different, but I am coming close: this time feels different. As I hear and read experts reaching back for market and economy parallels from the past, my experience over the past several decades has shown that every downturn, recession or crash ultimately proved to be a buying opportunity. Tell me the Federal Reserve will stick the landing, or that recession isn’t coming, and I’ll try to stifle a snort.
Suze Orman says ‘most of America today has absolutely no money.’ Here’s where the guru is putting her funds.
Financial guru Suze Orman thinks that most consumers are, or soon will be, facing dire straits, in an environment of higher interest rates and higher inflation.
Rich young Americans have lost confidence in the stock market — and are betting on these 3 assets instead for long-term tailwinds
Millennials have given up on stocks. Is it time to follow suit?
Tesla Inc's electric vehicles are expensive to repair - so much so that the automaker and insurers are addressing the issue in sharply different ways. Chief Executive Elon Musk says Tesla is making design and software changes to its vehicles to lower repair costs and insurance premiums. Insurance carriers, meanwhile, are writing off low-mileage Tesla Model Ys that have been in crashes, and sending them to salvage auctions after deeming many too expensive to repair.
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This is certainly in the realm of possibilities for many high-potential companies, especially after the recent market declines, and here are two in particular that could grow to 10 times their current market cap if things go well in their businesses. E-commerce still makes up only about 15% of all U.S. retail sales, and as Shopify's ecosystem continues to grow, it becomes more attractive to businesses (especially larger enterprises) that sell online. The company estimates its total addressable market opportunity to be about $160 billion, about 30 times its current revenue.
The Biden administration is poised to send a significant number of Abrams M1 tanks to Ukraine, according to The Wall Street Journal.
When you apply for Social Security benefits, you can request to have federal income taxes withheld from your payments. However, if you're already receiving benefits or want to make changes, the Social...
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No matter which bank you're thinking of, financial influencer Vivian Tu says "you're wrong." On her social media channel, Your Rich BFF, she recently revealed that the worst bank in the world is Starbucks. Starbucks may not actually offer bank accounts, but it does hold on to a whole lot of its customers' money.
A US-based financial forensic firm has alleged that India’s Adani Group, led by the world’s third-richest person Gautam Adani, is involved in a massive and “brazen stock manipulation” and “accounting fraud scheme.”
Discount airliner Southwest Airlines is set to report its latest quarterly numbers on Thursday. LUV has been attracting way too much negative attention in recent weeks from its giant travel disruption in late December.