Warren Buffett gives his most expansive explanation for why he doesn’t believe in bitcoin

Despite a shift in public perception about the cryptocurrency, Buffett still wouldn't buy bitcoin.

Now You Can Own Bitcoin in 401(k)s. Should You?

Fidelity Investments just made a major splash by announcing they will allow trading in Bitcoin in the 401(k) plans they admin

Fed Is Raising Interest Rates. How Do Retirees Benefit?

Potential homebuyers frowned at the Fed’s mid-March quarter-point rate hike because they can expect mortgage rates to conti

Dimon says confluence of inflation, Ukraine war may ‘dramatically increase risks ahead’ for U.S.

Jamie Dimon's annual letter to JPMorgan shareholders, read widely in business circles, took a more downcast tone from his mis

7 Best Practices for Stress-Free Tax Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: tax season! All jokes aside, a 2020 study found that the majority of taxpayer

The Clock Is Ticking: Take Advantage of Low Tax Rates Now

Tax rates are historically low, but how long will they stay that way? And what kinds of tax strategies can you employ that ta

Stock Market Today: Stock Selloff Resumes After Sizzling Inflation Update

Markets resumed their selloff today after cabinet-level talks between Ukraine and Russia failed to result in any progress tow

There is ‘nowhere to hide’ for consumers as inflation hits food, gas, housing

Consumer prices are rising at their fastest pace in decades — and that inflation has been most acute in household staple it

How to Protect Your Estate: A Pandemic-Inspired Checklist

If there is a poignant reality the pandemic has taught us all, it is to expect the unexpected. Since early 2020, our lives ha

Dow futures fall 450 points as traders assess ripple effects of Russia sanctions

U.S. stock futures moved lower in overnight trading on Sunday as investors fear the economic ramifications of the fighting be

If January Predicts the Rest of the Year, Investors Could Be Hurting

The month of January 2022 is over, and it wasn’t a pretty one for investors. The Standard & Poor’s 500 closed at 4516

Home Office Deduction: Can You Claim This Tax Break If You Worked from Home Last Year?

Like millions of other Americans, you may have worked from home a lot last year because Covid forced your office to close. Su

Here’s what changed in the new Fed statement

This is a comparison of Wednesday's Federal Open Market Committee statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous

You Are Probably Making at Least 1 of These 4 Retirement Mistakes

No one’s perfect, but these all-too-common retirement mistakes can be costly. Check the list to see if it you are at risk.

Boost Your Retirement Savings for 2022

If you were self-employed or had a side hustle in 2021, you can save even more in a tax-advantaged account. (more…)

Democrats’ plan may raise childcare costs for some middle-class families

Households who don't qualify for childcare subsidies in the programs' early years could be on the hook for higher costs. (mor

The Right Retirement Plan: Do I Choose a Traditional or Roth 401(k)?

If your workplace offers a Roth 401(k) retirement savings plan in addition to a traditional 401(k), picking between them come

Fed’s Jim Bullard sees first interest rate hike coming as soon as 2022

St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard told CNBC that he sees an initial interest rate increase happening in 2022

Job searches jumped 5% in states cutting unemployment benefits, analysis finds

There was a modest though temporary increase in job-search activity among states withdrawing from federal unemployment progra

Yes, You Can Have Too Much Cash

A sizable hoard is comforting but could crimp long-term portfolio gains.

National average for gasoline tops $3 a gallon amid pipeline shutdown, rush to buy in Southeast

Colonial Pipeline is expected to make a full restart decision by the end of the day on Wednesday.

Retirement Planning for the Self-Employed: 5 Options for Lowering Taxes and Maximizing Saving

Being your own boss has its perks, and those include special retirement savings possibilities, such as SIMPLE IRAs, SEP IRAs

Who Won’t Get a Third Stimulus Check (Not Everyone is Eligible!)

Not everyone is getting a third stimulus check. See if you're on the list of people who aren't eligible for a third-round pay

The Recovery Rebate Credit: Get Your Full Stimulus Check Payment With This Tax Credit

If you didn't get a stimulus check, or you didn't get the full amount, you may be able to claim the recovery rebate credit on

How concerned investors should be about Biden’s tax proposals

The Democrat's control of Congress has shone a new spotlight on Biden's tax proposals, particularly those that would affect s