Rich White

Rich White has been a freelance financial writer since 1981. He is the former editor of Financial Planning magazine and author of several books including "Twelve Steps to Your Personal Success in the 401(k) and Small Plan Market" and "The Complete Rollover Guide for Financial Professionals".

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  1. Retirement

    How Much Social Security Will You Get?

    You've been paying in for years - now it's time to find out what the system owes you.
  2. Budgeting

    How Much Debt Can You Handle?

    Follow these five steps to manage debt without cutting up your credit cards.
  3. How To File Your Child's First Income Tax Return
    Taxes

    How To File Your Child's First Income Tax Return

    Use this quick parental guide to help your child learn the tax filing process and establish good habits.
  4. Investing Basics

    DCF Valuation: The Stock Market Sanity Check

    Calculate whether the market is paying too much for a particular stock.
  5. Retirement

    Income Relating: A New Concept In Medicare

    You can retire, but you can never retire from income tax planning.
  6. Retirement

    Is Your Defined-Benefit Pension Plan Safe?

    Your plan may not last in a rocky market. Find out whether your savings will be affected.
  7. Retirement

    Maximize Your Social Security Benefits

    The plan's cost of living adjustments can provide protection against inflation.
  8. Mutual Funds & ETFs

    ETFs Provide Easy Access To Energy Commodities

    Hedge against rising energy prices and diversify your portfolio with these funds.
  9. Mutual Funds & ETFs

    Sharpen Your Portfolio With Intelligent ETFs

    Intelligent ETFs are innovative funds that pursue above-average returns and can be similar to actively managed mutual funds.
  10. Mutual Funds & ETFs

    3 Types Of Indexing For ETF Success

    ETF success relies on the index with which it's paired. Discover three index genres for tracking average market performance.
  11. Taxes

    Why Retirees Can't Count On Muni Bonds

    Interest may not be tax-exempt for seniors with Medicare or Social Security benefits.
  12. Options & Futures

    Variable Annuity Benefits: What The Fine Print Won't Tell ...

    Learn the truth before you strap yourself into these annuity "seat belts".
  13. Retirement

    The Simple Tax Math Of Roth Conversions

    Roth conversions will be available to affluent taxpayers in 2010. Will you benefit?
  14. Mutual Funds & ETFs

    Pursuing Alpha In A Well-Diversified IRA

    This strategy is not as complex as some investment gurus would like you to believe.
  15. Retirement

    No Need To Rush End-Of-Career Retirement Planning

    Your retirement is fast approaching, but your retirement plan needn't change as quickly.
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