Getting rich starts with paying yourself first, says self-made millionaire and wealth manager David Bach. In short, that means, “when you earn a dollar, the first person you pay is you,” he writes in his bestselling book “The Automatic Millionaire.” More specifically, if you want to retire rich, he says, “save 15 percent to 20
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Another day, another day of intrigue in Britain’s bloody and divisive Brexit battle. On Monday prime minister Theresa May decided to delay the vote on her proposed withdrawal deal scheduled for Tuesday, an event that was seen as the first major Parliamentary step to getting towards pulling the UK out of the European Union in March. May, fearing
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The tax season just ahead will be “1986 on steroids,” said Beanna Whitlock, a Canyon Lake, Texas-based tax professional and former director of IRS National Public Liaison. “Get some rest, and get ready for new clients!” Allan Boress, a central Florida-based CPA, said that in addition to dealing with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,
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Russell Investments’ Doug Gordon is optimistic stocks will find a floor — just not until next year. Gordon, a senior portfolio manager on the firm’s technical asset allocation strategies team, blames uncertainty surrounding the U.S.-China trade war and Federal Reserve policy for the violent market swings. “The first and fundamental question: Is this a correction
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Of all of the Black and Cyber Days this month, Giving Tuesday is my favorite. It’s a chance to help your favorite organizations. But you don’t have to give exclusively on this day. You can donate any time until the end of the year  (to qualify for a 2018 tax write-off if you itemize). Yet
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