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.
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.
Is investing something you can do on your own, or do you need to pay a pro?
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.