State-sponsored savings plans are a great tool for covering the daunting cost of tuition and more, but you need to follow the rules or the tax man will get you.
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Retired millionaires reveal their most important financial milestones, and you might be surprised at their answers.
Most of us would like to spend more of our lives at leisure and less at labor. Here are some simple tips to make it happen.
A new study ranks each state based on the financial success of residents. Find out where rich people in the U.S. are living and how your state measures up.
It used to be if you needed investment advice, you paid a human for it. These days, you can hire a robo-adviser for half the price. Are they as good?
Vermont janitor and gas station attendant Ronald Read died in 2014, but he is still teaching us that frugal living pays off — sometimes in a huge way — if you’re a savvy and patient investor.