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Dear Liz: Help! We've just received devastating news from our accountant that we owe around $11,000 to the IRS and the state for 2012 taxes. The reason for the huge bill is that we cleaned out my husband's IRA to pay for our son's college expenses. My...
FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Bill Kiefer and his bay mule made a conspicuous presence at last summer's Cow Town Hoe Down celebration in New Salem. Kiefer, a stranger to most in this farming and ranching community of 951 in western North Dakota's Morton County,...
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PETOSKEY -- Defined-contribution retirement accounts, such as the well-known 401(k) programs offered through many employers, have become one of the most common tools for Americans to save for their later years. But as recent national media reports have...
WASHINGTON -- We now know the promise and peril of paper wealth. In the last 15 years, the stock market's convulsions ought to have rattled even hardy investors. Twice -- after the popping of the "tech bubble" in 2000 and after the financial crisis in...
The Hartford CourantTina Nanos' life was bogged down by her weight for years. "I thought about it. I was overweight for a very large portion of my life," said Nanos, who lives in Wallingford with her husband and two children, 13 and 5. But when her weight "skyrocketed"...
Channel 2 NewsAccording to Manilla.com, an account-organization service that helps individuals organize and manage their expenses, Anchorage was identified in the top ten markets for credit card balances as of the end of December 2012. Anchorage was ranked seventh on...
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Q. I work for a public school district, and it is required that I participate in the retirement plan that it provides. Can I still contribute to an IRA? — S.F., Orlando A. It doesn't matter that you are required to participate in the retirement...
Dear Liz: I am a junior in college, and I might have to take out a loan my senior year because of financial cuts in the state. Is it really a bad idea to take a loan for college? Answer: No, it's not. You don't want to overdose on education debt, but...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAt a time when many restaurants are closing their doors, Benny’s Pub in Hagerstown is brewing up new business. On Tuesday, owner Bill Skomski Sr. hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open Antietam Brewery inside the Benny’s Pub...
Q: I am 65 and getting ready to retire with a pension plan. Should I take a lump sum or a monthly payment? We have other resources available, Social Security and my husband's pension. — D.M., Orlando A: You should consider whether you think you...
Raymond James MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Karen L. Coyne, of the Martinsburg office of Raymond James, recently completed the Level II program of the Institute of Investment Management Consulting certification series at Raymond James. By doing so, Coyne...
In winter, thoughts often turn to the upcoming tax season. Consulting with a tax expert is good advice to steer you in the right direction. We consulted with Jackie Perlman, principal tax research analyst with The Tax Institute at H&R Block, to get some...
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