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Banks aren't the only ones speeding through the fine print. Consumers often do the same thing.
Some homeowners who already have refinanced into low-interest-rate mortgages are using a little-known strategy to make their monthly payments even smaller.
We know it doesn't sound like fun. But trust us. A little advance planning will almost always help you reduce the taxes you owe. Here are some maneuvers that are especially useful come year's end.
PHH began life in 1946 as a car-leasing company in Baltimore, its name consisting of the first letter of the last names of its founders—Peterson, Howell, and Heather. By the 1980s, PHH (ticker: PHH) had expanded into mortgage banking, and ...
To do year-end tax planning right, you should take a two-year perspective. You don’t want to make a move that lowers your 2012 tax bill but raises your 2013 tax bill by more. But right now, taking a two-year perspective is difficult (to put ...
Retirement is an exciting prospect for Miriam Wuensch, but financing it is a scary one.Ms. Wuensch, 56, says she'd like to retire by 70, "if I'm lucky." But she hasn't had a 401(k) match since 2004, and fears she has too much ground to make ...
Homeowners eager to lock in lower monthly mortgage payments have discovered serial refinancing, a practice last in vogue during the housing boom.
The financially savvy are truly different from the rest of us. Know why? They get to use the tax code to their advantage in ways most other folks can't or don't or won't.