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14 States That Won’t Tax Your Pension
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Some states have pension exclusions with limitations based on age and/or income. But these states don't tax pension income at all, no matter how old you are or how much money you have.
What Is the Acid-Test Ratio?
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What Is the Acid-Test Ratio?

The acid-test ratio (ATR) is one popular way to calculate a company’s liquidity, or the amount of cash or near-cash assets a company has to deal with immediate expenditures. In comparing a company’s short-term assets against short-term liabilities, the acid-test ratio shows whether or not a company is well-financed. This ratio is subjective based on […]

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Dear Penny: Can I Kick My Sister Out of the House We Inherited?
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Dear Penny, My mother died in 2006, leaving my father who could not very well take care of himself. My sister had been living in Hawaii, but costs of living there had grown and income opportunities had shrunk, so she moved in with my father in Oregon in 2008 to help him until he died in 2010.  The […]

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Divorce Styles of the Rich and Famous: How to Make Them Work for You
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Your divorce isn’t as high-profile (or high-income) as that of Bill and Melinda Gates or Gwyneth Paow and Chris Martin, but you could learn a lot from how they and other big names handled their breakups.
16 Good Money Habits That Will Help You Become Wealthy
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Building wealth doesn't happen overnight. It requires discipline, dedication, and the adoption of these 16 habits to help you reach your goals.
What Happened During Tulip Mania?
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What Happened During Tulip Mania?

One of the most famous instances of an asset bubble was the ‘tulipmania’ that erupted in Holland during the 17th century. In the first recorded major financial bubble, demand for tulips exploded, and prices for the flowers followed suit. This led some investors to speculatively purchase tulips, resulting in losses when prices fell back down. […]

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18 States With Scary Death Taxes
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Federal estate taxes are no longer a problem for all but the extremely wealthy, but several states have their own estate taxes and inheritance taxes that could still hit your heirs.
25 Home Depot Shopping Tips & Tricks to Save Money
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Whether you’re tackling a major renovation or small DIY project, Home Depot has you covered. Use these hacks to slash costs at the store.
How Much of Your Paycheck Should You Save?
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Saving money can be difficult, especially if you feel like you’re just barely making ends meet. But putting some money from each paycheck aside for future expenses can be an important part of a well-rounded financial plan. Many experts suggest putting 20% of your paycheck toward your total savings, which includes retirement, short-term savings, and […]

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Age at Home: How to Save Money on Senior Care
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Many elderly people who require highly skilled nursing and watchful eyes around the clock have no choice but to live in a nursing facility. Others choose to move to one because of the socialization and ease of living with all meals and other services provided. But most seniors would prefer to age in place, according […]

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