Here are some of the most popular categories of reader questions from 2014, along with answers. See if you’ve wondered about some of the same things.
Making smart year-end money moves doesn’t require a lot of time. In fact, you can give yourself a year-end review and makeover during commercial breaks while you’re watching TV.
Hedge fund — you’ve probably heard the term. But you should know what they are and why they may be the dumbest thing you can do with a million bucks.
Use these three simple steps, and you can check the performance, fees and asset allocation of your IRA, 401(k) and other investments during commercial breaks.
You can give toys they’ll play with and then forget. Or you can give stocks, a college fund or some other present that has lifelong impact.
New investors fall into some common traps when they start out in the stock market. Here’s how you can avoid them.
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