In the middle of the bill's hundreds of pages are details regarding exactly who can expect to receive money and how much they can expect. Here is a breakdown.
Cassidy, a financial planning advisor, is talking about something called a required minimum distribution. It's the minimum amount you have to take from your retirement savings account every year in retirement. That's about to change.
Tax season has arrived, but that also means the bad guys on the lookout for private information are also working overtime.
Dealing with money can be very scary, but it doesn't have to be. Just in time for Halloween, local financial instructor Kirk Cassidy from the Retirement Education Foundation joins FOX 2 with five savings tricks to treat yourself this spooky season.
And for those who want to reach your financial goals for the year -- you need to make moves right now.
Do you think your employer would help you pay off your student loans? It may seem like a pipe dream for those of us with thousands of dollars in debt, but a Michigan company is hoping to help make that happen.