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For individual investors and financial advisors alike, figuring out the best way to manage money can be a challenge. CNBC has put together these reports to help boost your bottom line.
  1. Some younger Americans fear Social Security won't survive until their retirement, but there are steps they can take on their own to ensure happy golden years.
  2. Financial advisors have a great opportunity to become a beacon of trust for investors by guiding them through difficult life and financial decisions.
  3. The NCAA decision to allow college athletes to profit off their marketability means students and their families must prepare for any financial implications.
  4. Despite the looming insolvency of a Medicare trust fund, Democrats' $3.5 trillion spending plan would expand the program. Here's how that could happen.
  5. Chloe Wohlforth was just 16 years old when her father died in the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. Those events continue to shape her life today.
  6. The saver's credit offers a write-off for low- and moderate-income filers saving for retirement. Here's how the tax break may soon get a boost from Democrats.
  7. Theranos wasn’t the only potential bad actor out there. Here’s how you can protect yourself and your portfolio from corporate fraud.
  8. Even though most employers provide some sort of matching contribution to their workers' 401(k)s, fewer than a third award immediate ownership of the money.
  9. Millions have received “math error” notices from the IRS, which can be difficult for filers to resolve. The same may occur for child tax credit recipients.
  10. Many people repeatedly overpay their taxes. While reducing the tax gap seems a laudable goal, reducing this reverse tax gap should also be prioritized.

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