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How the experts would fix Social Security if they had their way

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The clock is ticking when it comes to whether action will be taken before Social Security has to reduce benefits to benficiaries. Here’s how experts would restore or overhaul the system if they had their way. Source link: Click here for more
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One step you can take in 2020 to head off a tax surprise

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The IRS has released its updated Form W-4 just in time for the new year. Here’s how to use it to fine-tune the taxes withheld from your paycheck. Source link: Click here for more
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5 steps you should take before you open a new credit card

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Credit cards can be an essential financial tool, whether you use it to pay for everyday expenses or help finance a bigger one-time purchase. If you’ve decided to get a new credit card, follow these steps on how to open one. Source link: Click here for more
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‘Tax Cuts 2.0’ could include a rate reduction for the middle class. Here’s who would benefit most

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The idea is to lower taxes on America’s middle earners in a package dubbed “Tax Cut 2.0.” Yet one of the early ideas floated — reducing the 22% rate to 15% — could miss the mark. Source link: Click here for more
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There’s a way to finish college without massive debt — but it’s been under the radar for years

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With a passing grade, high school students can apply CLEP credits to their future college career and, sometimes, significantly cut down on their tuition tab. Source link: Click here for more
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The fastest-growing debt category in U.S. is not student loans or credit cards

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Personal loans taken out by Americans have reached $300 billion and are growing 11% a year, but for borrowers without excellent credit, this form of debt may be a financial mistake. Source link: Click here for more
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People in these 10 cities are paying the most to get to work

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There’s a very real cost to fighting traffic on your way to the office. Residents in our nation’s capital are paying $12,015 on average each year to get to work, according to an analysis from Clever Real Estate. Source link: Click here for more
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Moving all your IRA money to a Roth means losing some valuable tax breaks

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Although Roth IRAs grow tax-free and qualified withdrawals are untaxed, traditional IRAs offer potential tax benefits that are disappear the money is converted. Source link: Click here for more
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Blue states file appeal in legal battle over SALT tax deductions

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New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland filed an appeal on Tuesday, contesting the dismissal of their federal lawsuit over the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions. Source link: Click here for more
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Credit card APR can impact how much you owe each month—here’s everything you need to know

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If you have a credit card, chances are you’ve seen the term annual percentage rate (APR), but you may wonder what that means. CNBC Select explains what APR is and more key terms to know. Source link: Click here for more

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