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  • California, which gains $400 million in unclaimed assets a year, urged to find owners

    The state has a reduced incentive to track down the owners of unclaimed bank accounts, insurance policies and other financial valuables because those assets provide $400 million in annual revenue for the state budget, according to the nonpartisan...
  • Unclaimed property policy has conflict, needs improvement, state report says

    Unclaimed property policy has conflict, needs improvement, state report says
    The state has a reduced incentive to track down the owners of unclaimed bank accounts, insurance policies and other financial valuables because those assets provide $400 million in annual revenue for the state budget, according to the nonpartisan...
  • Ask Carrie: 2015 brings important IRS, Social Security and Medicare updates

    Dear Readers: A new year often means new goals, new opportunities and new commitments. When it comes to your finances, it can also mean new rules and requirements that affect how you manage your money. As we face 2015, the changes that affect most...
  • Ask Kim: starting a Roth IRA for a grandchild

    Can I open a Roth IRA for my 16-year-old grandson as a gift? As long as your grandson earned income from a job in 2014, he may contribute to a Roth IRA. His contributions may not exceed the amount of money he earned for the year, up to a maximum for...
  • Got an hour? Tackle these money tasks

    You've read all the New Year's resolution money-advice articles with their suggestions, sometimes trite, "Skip your morning coffee and save a fortune!" and sometimes vague, "Spend less than you make!" Gee, thanks for that. Sometimes you just need...
  • Ask Carrie: 10 resolutions for a happy financial New Year

    Dear Readers: Are you looking for ways to give your finances a fresh start in 2015? Start with these 10 financial resolutions. They'll not only help you change your financial habits but also give you a fresh way of thinking that will help you make...
  • Family finances: Boost your giving

    If you have an extra $1,000, here are some suggestions on how to use it to make a difference. Join the fight against Ebola. Conditions have improved in some countries, but groups on the front lines of this battle still need help. For a list of...
  • How to find a financial planner if you're not wealthy

    How to find a financial planner if you're not wealthy
    Q. I am a 72-year-old senior, and a lot of my friends have financial planners. They don't live in my area and have more money than I do, but they seem to think it's very wise to have a planner. How do you go about finding one you can trust? I am afraid to...
  • Investing: 8 stocks to buy now

    We pick companies that will grow no matter what happens to the economy. Abbott Laboratories (symbol ABT, $44). The drug and medical-device maker has said it will sell part of its overseas generic-drug business for $5.3 billion. The deal will allow Abbott...
  • Ask Kim: How can my family set up a donor-advised fund?

    My family is thinking about setting up a donor-advised fund so all three generations can work together to decide which charities to support. How much money do we need to open up this kind of fund, and do we get a tax break for our contributions? Many...
  • Ask Carrie: Generosity doesn't always come with a high price tag

    Dear Readers:┬áLast week, I talked about Giving Tuesday and ways to increase your charitable giving. This week, I’d like to talk a bit about how to creatively extend that spirit of generosity to friends and family. Giving traditional gifts is fun,...