Without trade quotas, U.S. textile-makers struggle.
Mutual fund companies are finally beginning to reduce their fees, but you may not feel much of a difference.
Thinking of investing in wine? A discerning mind is just as important as a discerning palate when considering your options.
New IRS guidelines make things a little easier on your home office by allowing you to defer capital gains after a move.
Insurance companies are offering plans that move beyond traditional long-term care. But do they really protect your assets?
Weakening U.S. currency could change how you do business.
Incentive trusts can get your heirs to jump through hoops for your money, but is one right for your family? Weigh the pros and cons.
Using the internet, it's easy to do a thorough job of checking up on do-gooders to make sure your money will be helping a good cause.
Fair market value is out, while the actual sale price is in for setting car-donation write-offs.
If you're looking for cash to buy a house, your retirement account could open the door.
Like your holiday packages, year-end finances are all about presentation--and planning.
Recent storms serve as reminders to review your homeowners policy--or regret it later.
Get a hold on high inflation rates with treasury inflation-protected securities.
For fixed-income investors, low interest rates make short-term CDs the best choice.
Make sure your family gets what it needs by including a disclaimer provision in your estate plan.