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Author: Michael Davis

#1545 The 401(k) Choice: Who's Right for a Roth

At some point, many of us have had to brush up on the difference between two tax-advantaged savings accounts: Roth IRAs and traditional IRAs. Now, those who invest solely through their company's 401(k) plan may want to get up to speed as well. That's because the number of businesses offer... see more

#1446 Going Back to India to Retire: A How-to Guide

While the majority of Americans spend their retirement years in the U.S., it's not uncommon for retirees to head overseas in search of things like a more temperate climate, new adventures, a change of scenery or even a lower cost of living. If you have family roots in a foreign country – for ex... see more

#1408 Careers to Avoid: Lowest Paying Professional Jobs

According to a recent episode of Comedy Central's "The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore," since 1978 the cost of a college degree has risen 1,120%. Yes, 1,120%. Is that really a laughing matter? Total student debt has risen to more than $1 trillion. That's a lot of F-35s not going to defend the na... see more

#1370 Find The Best Homeowners' Insurance

How well does your homeowners' insurance really protect you? You'd think most people would know the answer, but a recent national survey found that more than 60% of respondents were either not familiar or only somewhat familiar with the details of their insurance policies. Almost 40% weren't full... see more

#1334 7 Mid-year Tax Moves

After April 15, most of us are happy to ban all thoughts of income tax until next April's deadline looms. But taking a little time to do a midyear check-in and tuneup can really be worth it – saving you last-minute panic and big bucks. Summer is a good time to make sure you're on track, because... see more

#1314 Traveling to Houston on a Budget

Houston flies under the radar as a popular vacation destination, but the city has much to offer for a fun getaway. The nightlife is top-notch, outdoor recreation is bountiful, the weather is warm for most of the year, and the beach is only an hour away in Galveston. Add cultural attractions, whic... see more

#1267 When The Offense Changes, The Defense Needs To Adapt

When it comes to just about any sport, you don't blindly use a strategy without considering your opponent's next move, his strengths, and his weaknesses. To win, you have to adapt.While the investment world can seem like the same old game with the same old rules, it's always changing aroun... see more

#1240 Comparing IUL Insurance to IRAs and 401(k)s

Whenever the stock market experiences a growth spurt, it's hard for even the most conservative investors to sit on the sidelines. That phenomenon, no doubt, explains the dramatic rise in something called indexed universal life (IUL) insurance over the past few years.Like other permanent li... see more

#1187 Top Places to Retire to in Iceland

Flying into Iceland for the first time, you can't help be impressed by its dramatic landscape: Europe's largest glacier, rugged moss-covered cliffs and endless fields of black lava. And that's only what you can see from the plane. Residents and travelers also enjoy the lure of geothermal springs,... see more

#1185 11 Ways to Save on Hotel Costs

One of the biggest expenses when traveling is lodging. According to the latest data from the Hotel Price Index from Hotels.com, U.S. travelers spent about an average of $174 per night on hotels when traveling internationally in 2013. When traveling at home, Americans spent about $131. Of course, ... see more

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