Tuesday , 25 September 2018


Personal Finance

Here’s What Happens If You Don’t Have A Will In Place When You Die

Americans are really falling down on the job when it comes to estate planning in part because we just don't want to think about our own mortality and it can be hard to worry too much about what will happen to our assets after we're gone since we won't be around to see it but dying intestate does have some pretty serious consequences, even though you won't be the one experiencing them. Here's the sobering truth about what happens if you don't have a will in place when you die.

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7 Ways to Stop – Then Recoup – Your Stock Market Losses

Many investors have seen their net worth...decline sharply as a result of the current stock market correction. If you are among them, don’t panic. While there is nothing you can do to avoid the stock market from crashing you can take steps to prevent further losses and get back on the road to recovery. Here is a 7-step plan.

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7 Things You Should Know About Your 401(k) Match

When a company matches the money you contribute to your 401(k) plan, up to a certain amount, these matching funds can be a very powerful way to save money over time for retirement and, as such, it's important to take advantage of a company's full 401(k) match if you can. Every company has different policies regarding these matching funds, and things can often be confusing for new investors. Here are some key things to know.

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Tariffs: What Are They & How Do They Impact the Economy & Your Investments?

President Trump recently announced new tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, in a move that got mixed reviews from business and political leaders. The new tariffs would increase levies on aluminum by 10% and steel by 25%. There is much debate about the sensibility of these tariffs, but rather than wade into that morass, let's examine what tariffs are and how they impact the economy and your investments.

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