Some ‘Secure 2.0’ retirement proposals in the Senate look different from the House version. Here are key provisions under consideration

A sequel to the original Secure Act of 2019 continues to advance in Congress, although not all proposals are guaranteed

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Nearly half of families with kids can no longer afford enough food 5 months after child tax credit ended

Nearly half of parents who got expanded child tax credit checks now say they can't afford enough food to feed

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Want to buy more than $10,000 in nearly risk-free I bonds? Here are a few strategies

There are a few strategies for putting away more than the technical $10,000 limit annually in federal I bonds, which

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Tax return backlog will ‘absolutely’ clear by end of 2022, says IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig

IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig told House lawmakers he expects the backlog of tens of millions of unprocessed tax returns to

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