College students and their families lost a valuable tax deduction. But the tax code overhaul is not all bad news for anyone saving for or paying for education.
With 2018 underway, it’s time to get serious about retirement. Here’s how much you need to save each year to reach $500,000.
This tropical nation is practically perfect for anyone open to leaving the U.S. in hopes of dramatically cutting costs.
More than 2 billion times each month, an American gets an unsolicited, illegal robocall. Here’s how to make them stop.
Even millionaires can qualify for programs that keep more cash in their wallets.
These smartphone apps can help you track tax-deductible expenses and receipts, estimate taxes, prepare and file tax forms and track your refund.
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The warehouse club is closing these 63 stores — although employees say some are already closed. Find out what affected Sam’s Club members can get if their store is being shuttered.
This simple sleep aid is drug-free and cost-free, and a study suggests its impact is comparable to using pharmaceutical sleep aids.
Covering these essentials will make self-employment more enjoyable and more sustainable.
I’ve been investing in both stocks and real estate for about 40 years. Find out which has been the better investment.
If the price of ice cream plunges, more people will buy it, right? Not so fast. Watch this video to learn how the human mind influences buying behaviors.
There are real advantages to buying a family plan (which can include friends). Here’s how to pick the best one for you.
If you’re eligible, a home office deduction can save you big bucks at tax time. If you’re not, claiming it can get you in big trouble.
Before the new tax code takes effect, it’s time to wade through the current year’s return under the old rules. Here are some of the basics to help you get going.
Does your budget blow up in your face every month? You’re probably forgetting to plan for at least one of these costs.
These freebies will save you money — and they just might save your life.
The new federal income tax law is not as hard on tax-sheltered retirement plans as feared. But savers and investors should be aware of a couple of changes.
You have sufficient savings to pay off the mortgage and own your home free and clear. But is it better to have no debt, or a fat savings account?
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