With the national unemployment rate above 7% and expected to rise, more and more Americans are finding themselves out of work. And whether you become one of them or not, it certainly pays to have a plan if it happens to you.
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Experts estimate that trillions of dollars of retirement and other savings have now been wiped out by the stock market meltdown that began last year… and that’s got lots of investors worried that stocks aren’t for them. But we explain how to take the shock out of stocks.
New banking decisions in the midst of a recession mean even responsible borrows may see their credit scores drop.
Not everything at Costco or BJs is a bargain, but these are the five best deals at warehouse stores.
Smart phones, like the iPhone or Google’s Android, are becoming so advanced that they can already replace many of the things in your wallet, but in a few years they’ll replace your credit cards, too.
Swapping homes online, or trading homes, has become a popular alternative to traditional real estate.
If you have money in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, 2008 was probably a down year. But there are ways to make 2009 better. One way? Become more knowledgeable when it comes to investing.