Investing

Valentine’s Day Tips for Merging Finances

February 11, 2016
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By LowCards.com Financial planning may not be as romantic as flowers and a fancy dinner on Valentine’s Day, but it could bring more peace and happiness into your relationship. Money is the leading cause of stress and arguments in marriage, so having a financial plan can reduce stress and create a better environment for...

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Roth IRA: How To Get Around Income Limits

March 11, 2014
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If you are a high earner you probably have been told you can’t make contributions to either a traditional IRA or to a Roth IRA. However, the Wall Street Journal says there is a way around the problem. WSJ’s Karen Damato explains that you can make after tax contributions to a regular IRA account...

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Death Takes a Policy: How a Lawyer Exploited the Fine Print and Found Himself Facing Federal Charges

August 24, 2012
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Death Takes a Policy: How a Lawyer Exploited the Fine Print and Found Himself Facing Federal Charges

Rhode Island financial planner and lawyer Joseph Caramadre is the subject of a 66-count federal indictment relating to investments in variable annuities and corporate bonds. (Matthew Healey for ProPublica) Written by Jake Bernstein Joseph Caramadre has spent a lifetime scouring the fine print. He’s hardwired to seek the angle, an overlooked clause in a...

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Apple Store Packed: While Other Mall Stores Have Few Customers This Back To School No Tax Massachusetts Weekend

August 12, 2012
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Apple Store Packed: While Other Mall Stores Have Few Customers This Back To School No Tax Massachusetts Weekend

Hundreds of shoppers rushed to the Holyoke Mall Sunday morning even before the majority of the stores were open at 11 a.m to take advantage of the tax holiday this back to school shopping weekend in Massachusetts. There was only one store though that saw any crowds in the morning: Apple. Not only was...

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