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Congress Passes Disaster Tax Relief for the Hurricane Victims

TheStreet reports on how congress made it easier to file for your 2017 taxes if you were a victim of Hurricane Harvey, Irma or Maria.

You Probably Have Money in Gun Stocks

The massacre in Las Vegas is just the latest tragedy that has some investors looking to exit their investments in the firearms industry.

60 Second Tips - Hurricane Loans

You put money away for a rainy day... but a hurricane can instantly wipe it all out.

60 Second Tips: How to Re-Enter the Workforce as a Retiree

Employers are welcoming boomerang workers with open arms.

5 Tips to Help You Save

Having healthy savings habits and the right accounts can go a long way toward building your nest egg.

The Class of 2017 Is Better Financially Equipped Than Recent Grads

Mostly because they're more realistic about finding employment.

Everyday Items You Wouldn't Guess Are Tax Deductible

This tax season, don't leave money sitting on the table. Check out these write-offs that are too often ignored.

Tony Robins Wants You to Watch Your 401k

Even a seemingly small 3% fee can deplete your account by thousands of dollars.

Retirement Planning Should Go Into Overdrive in Your 50s and 60s

Baby Boomers who are behind on their retirement savings face several challenges.

Here's How to Plan for Your Retirement When You're in Your 40s

Your 40s are an ideal time financially to save for retirement.