This week: Quitting your job, buying long-term care insurance, using AmazonSmile, why you can ignore store surveys and holiday lighting hacks.
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There’s no investment safer than U.S. Treasury bonds. But here’s something odd: You can lose money by investing in them. If you own a bond or a bond mutual fund, you really need to read this.
This week: Beware online petitions, why teachers don’t own homes, a necessary interview question, saving through volunteering and secret menu items that will save you money.
It’s a common situation: You take out joint credit or co-sign a loan, then wish you hadn’t. What can be done? Usually, not much. But there may be hope.
This week: Understanding the gig economy, when Santa can’t bring much, employment rules that make you richer, spying on your spouse and where you should travel this winter.
When you reflect back on your life, you won’t think of the things you had, but the times you had.
Is investing something you can do on your own, or do you need to pay a pro?