The offer pertains to captive insurance, a way to insure against risks not covered by traditional means. But it has created an incentive for tax avoidance.
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Most counselors suggest starting near home and visiting a mix of college types, like an urban college, a large public university and a small, liberal arts campus.
Most inheritances are about $50,000. Whether you come into a little money or a lot, waiting to make any moves is one of the best things to do first.
Those customer-facing, touch-screen payment systems in restaurants are confounding customers in the U.S. and beyond.
The answer may depend on how much money the wealthy have to invest, experts say. Either way, a change in ownership may bring changes in how clients’ money is managed.
Drivers with high credit scores accounted for more than half of used-car financing in the second quarter this year, which was a record, the credit bureau Experian said.
Outracing the pack is overrated. But defining enough and then stopping there? It may be the best life shift you’ve made in ages.
How young you feel can influence how you handle your money, research shows.
Professional athletes may have big paychecks for a few years, but what happens when their careers end? Some plan for that day better than others.
Homeowners shouldn’t expect the process to be easy. Insurers, one consumer advocate said, are increasingly shifting more risk to customers.
At the Hampton Classic, it is a slippery slope between the $6 pony rides and the $50,000 ringside tables.
As sales of multimillion-dollar condos and apartments cool, developers are adding more luxuries to lure buyers.
The needs of older relatives remove women from the labor force in the United States far more than in other wealthy nations, at a cost to the economy.
Long-ago miscalculations by insurers have led to policyholders’ facing steep premium increases. But there are ways to keep costs down.
Charitable organizations can find themselves targets of protests caused by the actions of their benefactors.
Parents should monitor spending and explain how to pay the bill on time. A financial planner says teenagers should get a card. “We live in a credit-driven society.”
After so much attention to running things, little thought goes into what comes next. Relatives should focus on their values, not money, advisers say.
More states are requiring it, and students who complete the form are more likely to attend college — especially low-income pupils, says a group that promotes college education.
Few students actually paid the published cost. Colleges worried that they would be bypassed if families looked just at the sticker price.
Families are often reluctant to talk about wealth and inheritance with their children, but experts say that can create confusion and insecurity.