Amy Bell

Amy Bell is a freelance journalist, copywriter, ghostwriter and owner of WritePunch Inc. With 15 years of experience, she has written for a variety of publications and companies, including NAILBA's Perspectives magazine, The Weather Channel, Turner Entertainment (TNT/tbs/TCM) and Blueprints magazine. She is a University of Georgia graduate with a BA in Journalism. Visit www.writepunch.com to learn more.

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  1. Retirement Savings

    How Are 401(k) Withdrawals Taxed for Nonresidents?

    As a U.S. nonresident, deciding what to do with your 401(k) after you return home comes down to which tax penalties, if any, ...
  2. Retirement

    6 Signs You Are OK to Retire

    Think you're finally ready to call it quits at work? Check these six signs first.
  3. Mutual Funds

    The Best Mutual Funds with 'Clean Shares'

    As more fund companies roll out mutual funds with clean shares, investors will not only enjoy greater transparency; they’ll ...
  4. Investing

    Clean Shares

    Clean shares are a relatively new class of mutual fund shares introduced, along with T shares, in response to the Department ...
  5. Investing

    T Shares

    T shares are a new class of mutual fund shares. The “T” stands for “transaction.”
  6. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Understanding the New 'T' Shares

    "T" stands for "transaction," and these mutual fund shares, designed to fulfill the fiduciary rule, promise to be a money-saving ...
  7. Real Estate

    Top 10 States Where It’s Cheaper to Rent than Own

    Is it cheaper to rent than own? Renting is generally more affordable, and here are the top 10 states in which that is most ...
  8. Insurance

    Ultra-Safe Cars Can Cost More to Insure

    Insurance premiums on cars with advanced safety systems are going up, not down, because all that fancy equipment is pricey ...
  9. Children/Family

    The Parental Support Young Millennials Get? A Lot

    By now it’s no secret that parental support for Millennials is extensive. So how much is it exactly?
  10. Cybersecurity

    Creepy Spy Doll Banned In Germany, Still Sold In U.S.

    Two seemingly innocent talking toys can eavesdrop on your family and could be prime targets for hackers.
  11. Laws & Regulations

    States Attack Tax Benefits for Electric Cars

    States are suddenly withdrawing tax benefits for electric cars. The question is why.
  12. Retirement Savings

    How a Roth IRA Works After Retirement

    What retirees need to know about taxes, distributions and passing on your unspent savings to the next generation.
  13. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    What Is a Lawsuit Settlement Loan?

    A lawsuit settlement loan is a cash advance for an impending settlement or judgment. There can be pricey strings attached.
  14. Investing Strategy

    How Dumb Money Can Become Smart Money

    An online brokerage grades its clients on their trades, and guess what? Their returns improve.
  15. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Alternative Data Like Cell Phone Bills Can Help Your Credit Rating

    Millions of Americans could see their credit rating rise as credit bureaus rely more on alternative data like cell phone ...
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