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They may prompt you to rethink that decision.
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You don’t have to follow the news to know inflation is raging. Walking up and down grocery store aisles makes that point quickly enough and filling up your car’s gas tank costs more week after week. In fact, inflation in May 2022 was up 8.6% from the past twelve months, not seasonally adjusted, according to […]
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A Roth conversion will trigger a tax bill, but this year's stock market volatility may work in your favor.
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It's a move that could easily backfire.
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Every time this indicator has been hit, the stock market has shed between 20% and 89% of its value.
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