HSA Basics: What Is It and Who Can Use It
Health savings accounts are broken down and explained by Tax Facts Online experts.
Honeymoon’s Over: Helping Gay Couples Manage 2013 Tax Hikes
Accountant and lawyer Janis Cowhey McDonagh helps same-sex married couples, and all taxpayers, navigate the myriad changes that went into effect this year.
Obama’s 2015 Budget Riles Up Retirement Industry
Industry officials are bristling over the proposal to limit retirement plan contributions.
Top 5 Issues Reshaping Retirement Planning in 2014
These are the biggest forces shaping the new reality of retirement. Be prepared.
The Expat Life: Helping Clients Retire Overseas
The trend of Americans retiring in foreign countries to live more comfortably opens a new frontier for advisors.
Friedman: 5 U.S. Budget Battles Yet to Fight
While Congress recently avoided a government shutdown, five big fiscal issues remain unresolved, says The Washington Update's Andy Friedman.
Upcoming Bills Aim to Make Retirement Planning Easier, More Transparent
Legislation in the works this year may help retirees to better plan for prosperity in their golden years.
Yellen, Not Debt Ceiling Debate, to Spark Washington Fireworks
While Yellen will face tough critics Tuesday, analysts are optimistic that a debt limit bill will pass prior to the Feb. 27 deadline.
Congressional Hearing Tackles Long-Term Care Funding Woes
“Our current system of providing long-term care is unsustainable for both the government and for families,” Sen. Ben Nelson warned.
UnitedHealth Cuts Could Make Medicare Advantage Less Secure for Seniors
Seniors on UnitedHealthcare plans have until Feb. 14 to switch to original Medicare, but they're locked into the Advantage plans they've already chosen.