The internet is full of tips about lowering the cost of insurance. But how about some advice on getting what you pay for?
Should you buy a service contract or extended warranty? My answer has always been no. These days, however, I’m less sure. Here’s why.
A reader just retired and is worried that her retirement income won’t be enough. She should be.
With no effort on my part, BillCutterz saved me $240 annually, then told me where I might find another $360. You really should check these guys out.
One in 5 Americans able to borrow from their 401(k)s have done so. But that doesn’t mean it’s a great idea.
It’s the old chicken/egg story. This reader can’t get credit because she has no credit history. But is that really the problem? I think not.
Many financial advisers, including me, often say to wait till the last possible minute to start taking Social Security. Why are we trying to keep people from having a nice life?