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Same Sex Marriage Ruling Raises New Tax Issues

In a move that reinforces the rapid shift in public sentiment regarding same-sex unions, the Supreme Court ruled earlier this year that all marriages -- and "the constellation of benefits" that are linked to marriage -- must be recognized and enforced in all 50 states.
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Making the Grade: Test Your Knowledge of Key College Planning Facts

The latest report on college costs published by the College Board brought some good news: The increases in tuition and fees for the 2014-2015 academic year were lower than the average annual increases in the past 30 years across all sectors included in the study.
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Millennials: The "Slow and Steady" Generation of Investors

With some $30 trillion poised to change hands over the next several decades from parents and grandparents to so-called Millennials -- those 90-million-plus Americans aged 18 to 33 -- the financial services industry will have its work cut out for it.
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Women: Make a Financial Plan -- the Secret of Your Success

Financial planning is more than just a good idea. Research has consistently shown that people who have financial plans -- and who work with financial advisors -- save and invest far more and are nearly twice as likely to feel on track or ahead of schedule in preparing for major financial goals, such as retirement.While having a financial plan is important for everyone, it is especially so for women.
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How to Manage an Inheritance

Over half of American retirees expect to leave an inheritance for their loved ones, with an average value of more than $176,000. If you have recently received a bequest or are anticipating inheriting sizeable assets, now is the time to plan. Here are some tips to help you manage an inheritance.
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Six Tips for Managing an Inheritance

A sizeable inheritance can represent a life-changing opportunity. Here are six tips to help you prudently manage your windfall.
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Divorcing Later in Life? What to Know

Divorce can be a complicated and challenging process in which details are easily overlooked. It is important to know the laws that shape divorce proceedings and to understand the impact they have on your assets.
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