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Net Worth

A balance sheet summarizes your assets and liabilities and reveals your net worth.

Impact of Inflation

Estimate the future cost of an item based on today’s prices and the rate of inflation you expect.

Life Insurance

How much life insurance would you need to produce a sufficient income stream for your family?

Tax-Deferred Savings

Compare the potential future value of tax-deferred investments to that of taxable investments.

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ETFs on the Rise

ETFs have some attractive features that set them apart from mutual funds, but there are also cost and risk factors to consider.

Some Small Companies Facing Tariff Troubles

Small-business owners should watch for trade policy changes that could impact their products, supply chains, or competitors.

Is a Roth 401(k) Right for You?

An overview of the potential benefits, limitations, and rules of Roth 401(k) accounts.

Competing Goals: Pay Off Student Loans or Save for Retirement?

Some college grads pay off student loans at the expense of saving for the future. See steps that may help them do both.

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