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WSJ Video: Personal Finance
Why the Rich Get Richer: Wealth Inequality Explained
Many economists believe the gap between the rich and everyone else is widening. Here's a look at why.
4/28/2015 2:40:52 PM
WSJ Video: Personal Finance
A New Way to Learn: Digital Flash Cards
A new learning technique called spaced repetition is spreading fast to adults in many occupations and walks of life. WSJ's Sue Shellenbarger discusses. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto
4/28/2015 12:50:57 PM
WSJ Video: Personal Finance
Ways Gay Marriage Is Good for Everyone
A Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage can benefit everyone in several ways, MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell says. He discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty
4/28/2015 12:48:58 PM
WSJ Video: Personal Finance
Do Advisers Need Anti-Money Laundering Programs?
Not all registered investment advisers need an anti-money laundering program, but some should considering putting one in place, says Dan Bernstein, chief regulatory counsel at MarketCounsel.
4/28/2015 9:33:44 AM
WSJ: Retirement Planning
A Creative Way to Use Social Security
An adviser devised a Social Security strategy that gave his client and his wife enough money for retirement and provided a new way to save for college.
4/28/2015 12:27:00 PM
WSJ: Retirement Planning
Some Takeaways on Federal Benefits
Jennifer Waters offers a few last pointers about Social Security and Medicare.
3/8/2015 3:01:44 AM
WSJ: Retirement Planning
Golden Rules for Your Golden Years
Seven guidelines to help meet your retirement goals. While there are no guarantees, these will help you avoid some of the biggest mistakes people make with their investments and minimize the risk that your nest egg will expire before you do.
3/8/2015 3:01:39 AM
WSJ: Retirement Planning
How to Lobby for a Better 401(k)
Weekend Investor: Many workplace plans are hobbled by high fees or inadequate choices. Here’s how to tactfully advocate for improvements.
2/24/2015 12:33:13 PM
WSJ: Washington Wire
5 Things About Obama’s State Dinner for Japan
Here are five things to know about President Barack Obama's state dinner for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
4/28/2015 2:39:54 PM
WSJ: Washington Wire
3 Flaws in Iran Nuclear Framework That Could Undermine a Final Deal
Michael Singh: A more sustainable agreement would require more from Iran--both on regional issues and dismantling its nuclear infrastructure--while offering it greater sanctions relief upfront.
4/28/2015 2:03:48 PM
WSJ: Washington Wire
In Baltimore Riots, No Progress for Racial Justice
Jim Manley: Too many in our society are grappling with racism and related mistreatment, and such fundamental issues need to be addressed. But violent rampages are not the answer.
4/28/2015 1:40:11 PM
WSJ: Washington Wire
In New Gay Marriage Case, An Old Dissent Could Loom Large
Retired Justice John Paul Stevens may not be on the bench for Tuesday’s same-sex marriage arguments, but a dissenting opinion he wrote nearly 30 years ago may already have determined the outcome.
4/28/2015 12:16:04 PM