If you're looking for a fixed-income investments, Treasury STRIPS are something you should consider.
Here are some helpful (and important) links to help you understand what the IRS calls Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs).
Phone scammers are targeting seniors, threatening to shut off their gas or power unless paid, often demanding payments in gift cards or Bitcoin.
The IRS will not make phone calls like this.
ETFs are described as baskets of securities that trade like stock but have far more diversification for safety.
ETFs are also great for investors with an IRA rollover looking to implement an asset allocation plan.
Taxpayers should be on the lookout for new variations of tax-related scams.
Rod Meloni explains important Medicaid rules for you and your loved ones.
It’s Cyber Security August and September on Local 4.
Finance blogger Len Penzo wrote a brilliant piece titled "Beware the Four Horsemen of Personal Finance."
Here are elder financial abuse danger signs to watch for.
Here are quick facts about laddered CDs:
Financial fragility affects one in three Americans and it affects the nation's future.
It's time to kickoff Money Smart Week and there's event all over Metro Detroit.
The stock market is moving quick with daily swings of 300 to 700 points.
You need to keep an eye on that credit score.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced he has joined a multi-state investigation with over 40 other state Attorneys General and has signed on to a letter to Eq...
For more information about establishing a SEP-IRA, click here.
It's one of the most important documents you should have, but less than half of all Americans actually have a will. If you die without one, the court will decide what hap...
For help finding a financial planner, click here.
A new report from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) shows that one in five U.S. teenage students lack basic financial literacy skills.
Money Monday with Rod Meloni.
Taxpayers should choose their tax return preparer wisely – with good reason. Taxpayers are responsible for all the information on their income tax return.
As many as 90,000 adults in Michigan are victims of elder abuse, with many of the crimes going unreported because the victims are too scared to speak out.
The tax year is coming to a close and Local 4's Rod Meloni has great tips to keeping what you owe low.
Rod Meloni is a certified financial planner.