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Understanding how Uncle Sam taxes your investment gains is the first step to making sure those taxes stay as low as possible. Here's what you need to know.
UBS posted better-than-expected second-quarter earnings from strong client activity in the world’s buoyant markets.
Social Security expert Laurence Kotlikoff believes at least half, if not 70%, of people claiming Social Security benefits 'are making major mistakes.'
From a long-term perspective, bonds now are even more vulnerable than stocks to a big decline.
Some investors obsess over the market and concerned financial advisers bring perspective.
The brokerage app Robinhood has transformed retail trading. WSJ explains its rise amid a series of legal investigations and regulatory challenges as it looks forward to its IPO. Photo illustration: Jacob Reynolds/WSJ
Generally, the government taxes your investments, but in certain types of accounts taxes can be bypassed - or significantly reduced. Here's what to know about tax-advantaged accounts and how they can work for you.
In resolving SEC and New York state investigations, the firm also agreed to make significant internal reforms.
As earnings season begins, analysts at Goldman Sachs say the stock market is placing more value on improving net margins.
Expecting your portfolio to beat inflation by 17% annually is wildly unrealistic.
Trading happens when stocks, bonds, or other investments are bought and sold. But what most people are surprised to learn is that there's a world of options beyond just "buy" and "sell." Here are the different types of tra...
The requirements for withdrawing funds from an inherited IRA can be confusing.
Charles Schwab Corp. shares slid 1.8% Friday, after the brokerage and wealth management company said it expects to book a charge of at least $200 million in the second quarter relating to a Securities and Exchange Commissi...