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  • Buffett Offers Inspiration To Small-business Owners

    Buffett spoke in Detroit as part of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses initiative. DETROIT — Warren Buffett, one of the wealthiest men in the world, rallied small-business owners seeking to be a part of a turnaround in Detroit — and gave them hope... Read More >>

    Worried About The Home Depot Breach? 10 Steps To Protect Yourself From Future Attacks

    First it was Target and now Home Depot. Who will be next? While you can't stop these type of cyber attacks, the good news is that there are things you can do to safeguard your sensitive financial information and minimize the impact if your accounts do become... Read More >>

    Getting Your 401(k) Into The Red Zone

    Are you in the red zone for retirement savings? I’m referring to the amount of money you need to save to maintain your standard of living. Most people, sadly, are in the yellow zone, but this is something you can easily remedy. Save more. I’m not... Read More >>

    Estate Planning 101: How Much Do You Have To Pass On?

    We don’t like to think of our own death, but given its inevitability, sooner of later, we need to be ready to pass along our worldly goods to others. Having a good estate plan is key. One of the smartest advisors in this area is Elizabeth P. Anderson, CFA,... Read More >>

    Pound, Stocks Up As Scotland Stays With U.K.

    Financial markets' apparent, early bet that Scotland would stay in the United Kingdom seems to have been the smart money, as Scottish voters rejected independence by what the BBC projects to be a 10-point margin. As early returns showed opponents of... Read More >>

    How To Find The Right Financial Adviser

    Many people could use help from a talented financial planner, but they don't know where to begin when looking for one, says Mike Garry, an attorney and certified financial planner. An estimated 300,000 people in this country call themselves financial... Read More >>

    Limits On Tax-Free Lifetime Gifts Projected To Rise For 2015

    It keeps getting less taxing to die rich. Based on inflation data released today by the Department of Labor, Wolters Kluwer , CCH has projected inflation-adjustments to various tax figures that affect financial planning for the well-off: the federal and gift... Read More >>

    Take This Retirement IQ Test To See What You Know

    Do you know what you’re doing when it comes to retirement planning? Or are you winging it? To see how much you really know about preparing for retirement — and pick up some tips that can help you improve your retirement prospects — check out this... Read More >>

    The Bottom Line On Home Equity Lines

    With your home’s value likely higher than a few years ago and interest rates near all-time lows, you may be thinking about taking out a home equity credit line. Average interest rate: roughly 4 to 5%, far less than the roughly 16% charged by many credit... Read More >>

    A New Way Insurers Are Shifting Costs To The Sick

    Health insurance companies are no longer allowed to turn away patients because of their pre-existing conditions or charge them more because of those conditions. But some health policy experts say insurers may be doing so in a more subtle way: by forcing... Read More >>

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