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5 Travel Rewards Myths That Could Cost You

There’s definitely a learning curve involved when it comes to travel rewards, but delaying your education can be costly if you love to travel.

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How To Prepare Next Year’s Tax Filing Now

If you set more aside for your future retirement, it can actually help you on your taxes now.

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Consumers Rejected Drug Plan That Mirrors Trump Proposal

Both major political parties have shown interest in remedying high drug prices under Medicare, and drugmakers have bemoaned how rebates to middlemen keep them from reaping every dollar associated with those price tags.

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Disappointing Tax Return? Your Retirement Account Just Got More Valuable

Tax-deductible contributions to 401(k)s, IRAs and other retirement accounts are among the few remaining ways to reduce taxable income if you don’t itemize.

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Medicare’s Uncapped Drug Costs Still Bite Into Budgets

Unlike commercial plans that cap members’ out-of-pocket drug spending annually, Medicare has no limit for prescription medications in Part D, its drug benefit.

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Savers: It Pays To Shop Around For Best Returns

In the low-interest rate environment that followed the Great Recession, banks routinely paid little to nothing on many personal accounts.

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