How a Wealth Tax Could Reward Savvy Entrepreneurs and Wise Investors
Several economists argue that a wealth tax could redistribute wealth from the idle rich to the Musks and Buffetts who create wealth, Noah Smith writes.
Summer Travels That Include Peace of Mind
Summer is when my family takes vacations together, which is likely the case in your family as well.
Top Portfolio Products: ARK Launches 3D Printing ETF
The PRNT ETF tracks the Total 3D-Printing Index, which includes 40 stocks in 3D printing and related businesses such as computer-aided design.
ABLE Accounts Yield Tax-Preferred Special Needs Savings
ABLE accounts represent a valuable tax-preferred planning tool for disabled individuals, but they are just one piece of the puzzle.
Gundlach: Low Yields Leading to ‘Mass Psychosis’
The market is full of madness, but there are still opportunities to watch for, said DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach.
New FAFSA Rules Create New College Financial Aid Strategies
Student loan rates are lower and FAFSA rules have changed, which creates new opportunities to maximize financial aid.
Top Portfolio Products: Morningstar Adds Global Risk Model
Morningstar's risk model evaluates more more than 40,000 stocks and 10,000 equity funds to help investors understand potential risks and returns.
Legg Mason Buys Big Stake in Robo-Advisor
The asset manager says the deal will help it boost distribution to partnering advisors coping with new DOL rules.
Millennials and Attorneys Make the Same 4 Financial Mistakes
Many successful people cannot dedicate the time required to handle finances well, but these four mistakes are easily avoidable.
Student Loan Delinquencies Climb Despite Economic Recovery
Student loans are the only consumer debt sector where delinquencies are higher now than they were during the financial crisis, according to a new report.