Manage your money, manage your life.
While the financial planning process allows you to put plans in place for the future, it also can have immediate benefits. Take control of your financial future starting today. These five tips can help.
Personal finance is an important, and sometimes tricky, subject. There’s more to know than the average credit-card-swiping, online-bank-account-monitoring, stock-market-checking individual can keep track of. We’ve put together some of the top tips and best practices to help navigate your personal finances.
In December 2017 the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law. The bill’s primary function is a massive corporate tax cut, but individual taxpayers are also impacted by an across-the-board tax cut.
Whether you call it a do-over or a recharacterization, the end of an era has arrived for undoing a Roth conversion.
Tax season is here. Here’s what you need to know about filing on time, extensions, refunds and, regrettably, any potential amounts due.
Moving to a smaller home in retirement – or downsizing – could be a savvy financial move if you haven't reached your retirement savings goals. Learn more from Waddell & Reed Insights.
Buying a home is a major expense. Fortunately, federal tax benefits are available to make homeownership more affordable. There may be additional tax benefits under your state’s laws.
Find out more about how to save some cash for an emergency fund. Take the quiz.
In times of crisis, you don't want to be shaking pennies out of a piggy bank. Having a financial safety net in place can ensure that you're protected when a financial emergency arises.
Much of financial planning is focused on children and heirs. But if you have no children, your financial planning needs are quite different. What have you and your partner potentially overlooked? Take the quiz.