One action can significantly boost your odds of reaching financial goals — but most Americans have yet to do it.
I’ve been offering money advice for more than 30 years. Here are the 10 most important things I’ve learned about making more money and being happier while you do it.
A watchdog group has accused Amazon of “deceptive” pricing practices, but there’s an easy way to ensure you don’t fall for inflated discounts.
The best pay-TV and internet providers in the country are not the big names. Here are your best options for getting great service, according to Consumer Reports subscribers.
Of all the ways to waste money, giving it to someone like a high-interest lender, pawnbroker or loan shark is one of the worst. Here are loans to avoid, and some better alternatives.
Many Americans guess incorrectly when asked to choose the best investment. Are you risking your retirement?
Don’t walk into that showroom until you take these actions. A little effort can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars and prevent buyer’s remorse.
Your teen passed the test and got the license. Now the big question: how much will your auto insurance premiums spike? We’ve got a state-by-state rundown.
You can now see the same credit information that lenders, insurers and landlords use to evaluate you. But you must know where to look if you want it for free.
Many Americans don’t realize they are owed pension benefits from past employers. Here’s how to find out if you are among them.
A house is not a surefire investment. Weigh key factors to determine whether you are better off renting or owning.
The “Great American Eclipse” is coming this summer. Find out everything you need to know to see it yourself.
Personal finance guru Suze Orman has a huge following. But beware: The self-proclaimed expert has a track record that suggests more sizzle than steak.
Making lifestyle changes offers a relatively simple and inexpensive way to avoid the high costs of developing dementia, a brain disorder whose causes include Alzheimer’s disease.
The ability to walk to work, schools, shops, restaurants and errands is growing in importance to real estate shoppers. The millennial generation, especially, loves walkability.
“Buy low, sell high” is an old adage with new meaning in the online era. Here’s how you can get in on the action — and profits.
Your online activity isn’t private if you use a public internet connection. Here’s how to safeguard passwords, financial information and other sensitive details.
Here’s how to get in on a class-action lawsuit if you’ve bought a phone, computer or other electronics with a lithium-ion battery from 2000-2011. It takes fewer than five minutes.
Some of the world’s most successful people share the tips that made them great. See what you can learn from them.
The year is running out, but there is still time to grow your money tree before 2018 dawns.
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