Author: Chris Kissell
Chris Kissell on January 18, 2019
One state trumps the rest based on affordability, quality of life and health care. But does it make sense to relocate for your golden years?
Chris Kissell on January 17, 2019
There are times when pinching pennies actually can backfire. Are you robbing yourself in any of these ways?
Chris Kissell on January 14, 2019
Want a car you can drive for at least 15 years? This manufacturer is your best bet — by far.
Chris Kissell on January 10, 2019
About two dozen states offer a little-known way to slash your property tax bill.
Chris Kissell on December 30, 2018
A new bear market officially arrived for U.S. stocks at the end of 2018. Fortunately, the Oracle of Omaha has just the advice to get you through this downturn.
Chris Kissell on December 23, 2018
Knowing what to expect in advance can help you prepare for — and adjust to — life in your golden years.
Chris Kissell on December 16, 2018
Earning too much money during retirement could mean your Social Security benefits will be taxed. Here’s how to keep Uncle Sam at bay.
Chris Kissell on December 7, 2018
Each year, the National Park Service waives entrance fees on special days. Find out next year’s schedule.
Chris Kissell on November 18, 2018
The CDC says every American 50 or older should have this vaccine. But a shortage has left many patients unprotected.
Chris Kissell on October 28, 2018
Find out how much you can expect to pay for health care every five years, from the ages of 65 to 85. Plus, we offer tips for cutting costs.
Chris Kissell on October 19, 2018
A tumbling credit score is deadly serious, but the way you arrive at such a free fall can be downright silly.
Chris Kissell on October 11, 2018
Scam websites are popping up on the internet promising to help hurricane victims with your donation. Here’s how to avoid these bogus charities.
Chris Kissell on September 24, 2018
Science says these practices can lower the risk of cognitive decline as we age.
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