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For individual investors and financial advisors alike, figuring out the best way to manage money can be a challenge. CNBC has put together these reports to help boost your bottom line.
  1. Those with special needs must shelter assets carefully to not be disqualified from government aid. That's where special needs trusts and ABLE accounts come in.
  2. Amid a rocky year for investors, a smart option for yield-hungry near-retirees is traditional dividend-paying companies in inexpensive or defensive sectors.
  3. A recent survey found only 29% of Americans have a financial plan, even though having one could help them "stress test" their finances amid economic woes.
  4. Last July, about a third of 11,000 older Americans surveyed said they expected to delay retirement. Earlier this year, 59% of them said that they expected to.
  5. Over the past couple of years, the effects of Covid-19, social activism and economic uncertainty have profoundly impacted women's attitudes about their money.
  6. Rising interest rates and soaring inflation have some predicting a recession. Here's what to do now if you're worried about a likely layoff in the near future.
  7. In addition to an ongoing gender pay gap, women also trail men in their general financial knowledge and how much they're saving for retirement.
  8. Most women prefer investing in a way they think will help the environmental or do social good. Their enthusiasm could help them boost long-term wealth.
  9. A financial pro shares her top tips to to shore up a long-term plan and close the retirement savings gap, once and for all.
  10. Since a 2019 federal securities ruling made it easier to offer actively managed ETFs, a growing number of funds using that strategy have come to market.

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