Wealth Management | Journal Report, March 26, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Wealth Management Journal Report as published Monday, March 26, 2018.
On the Cover: "Questions to Ask a Financial Adviser About Fees - Too many clients contract for services that don’t match their needs—and end up paying far more than they have to"
Also in this report:
- Spending in Retirement - The traditional guideline suggests 70% to 80% of your salary, but it isn’t that simple
- New Tax Law Could Cut - Giving to Colleges Several changes might reduce incentives for people to donate
- A Quest for Change: The Readers Weigh In - Hundreds reacted to our story about picking up loose coins
- What to Consider Before You Send a Gift on a Payment App - It’s an easy way to give money. But that doesn’t mean you should.
- The New Math of Renting Out Your Home - Changes in the tax law make it more attractive
- Save More vs. Work Longer - Staying on the job even for a short period of time can have a big payoff in retirement
- The Price Caregivers Pay - Couples often ignore some of the biggest financial risks
- Colleges Make It Easier for Older Students - Among other things, they are revising schedules and financial-aid packages
- It May Pay to Fight IRS Penalties - Taxpayers probably are inclined to just surrender. They shouldn’t.
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