Three Factors to Consider When Making Charitable Gifts

You can get satisfaction from your generosity because you’ll know that your gift supports a good cause and your overall financial picture.

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Where You Live as Retiree Can Affect Financial Strategies

If you’re 65 or older at retirement, Medicare will cover some health care costs, though you’ll likely need to purchase supplemental coverage.

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What Should You Do With Your Tax Refund?

You may not get much of a thrill from filing your taxes, but the process becomes much more enjoyable if you're expecting a refund. So, if one is headed your way, what should you do with the money?

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Ides of March: Time for Romans to settle all debts

According to historians, Julius Caesar was named Rome’s Dictator for Life. Opponents, though, saw to it that he held the title for less than a year. In the halls of the Roman Senate, several of the elite lawmakers—including his longtime friend Decimus Junius Brutus—sprang upon him and stabbed him to death. According to legend, a seer much earlier had warned him to “Beware the Ides of March.” Just what are the Ides of which Caesar should have been wary?

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Juneau Budget and Tax Battle is Clash of Political Cultures

One side wants to prop up big and growing state government with higher oil taxes and with an income tax taken from your paycheck.

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