Gundlach criticizes buy-the-dip mentality

DoubleLine Capital founder compares investors grabbing stocks and bonds on dips to those who snapped up subprime mortgages in the run-up to the financial crisis

IRS will pay tax refunds during government shutdown

Announcement by the White House Office of Management and Budget reduces the pressure on Congress and the president to strike a deal.

Volatility just one of the tests facing ESG investors in 2019

Question marks include level of fund fees, outlook for green bonds, and what regulators will do

Safe havens are making a comeback

Market volatility is giving a boost to gold, government bonds and the yen

Social Security and gray divorce

A couple's claiming strategy backfires after their marriage fails

Muni market looks to 2019 for infrastructure bill, higher returns

A continued decline in the amount of outstanding state and local government debt should help performance

Calculating Social Security survivor amounts

What happens to the survivor if a worker dies before claiming benefits?

6 ways to keep bad weather from ruining your trip

There's no stopping Mother Nature, but there are some things you can do to deal with possible flight delays

New tax laws invite strategic sidestepping

Uncertainty looms, but there may be some good news ahead for taxpayers

From Ferraris to psychedelics: An alternative investment guide

If volatility has scared you away from stocks, you can invest in batteries for electric vehicles, or crypto-tax software startups

For some women, widowhood produces a windfall — and plenty of headaches

Women who are beneficiaries of their late husbands' estates could be shocked at how much more they owe in taxes

Meltdown leaves small-cap stocks facing tough road to turnaround

Small firms face headwinds ranging from higher rates to the trade war

Couples should coordinate Social Security, Medicare decisions

Marital status and employment dictate signup deadlines

Savers finally reap rewards as online banks goose rates

A few are paying interest of more than 2% on savings accounts

Whiskey insurance is far from old-fashioned — demand is skyrocketing

The rise in prices and attendant need for insurance give a view into the changing landscape of alternative investments

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