20 Painless Ways for Nearly Anyone to Cut Costs in 2018
20 Painless Ways for Nearly Anyone to Cut Costs in 2018

on January 11, 2018

Follow these easy tips to save so you’ll have more money for things that really matter.

What’s Ahead for Stocks, Housing and Oil Prices in 2018?
What’s Ahead for Stocks, Housing and Oil Prices in 2018?

on January 3, 2018

If you want to know where the economy is headed in the coming year — and how it might affect you — check out predictions in these key sectors.

A Life-Saving Drug, Bitcoin and More: 9 Prices That Surged in 2017
A Life-Saving Drug, Bitcoin and More: 9 Prices That Surged in 2017

on December 26, 2017

While U.S. inflation remains modest, there are some striking exceptions to the rule. Here are things significantly more expensive than a year earlier.

6 Moves to Protect Your Home and Property From Wildfires
6 Moves to Protect Your Home and Property From Wildfires

on December 13, 2017

Are you living in an area vulnerable to wildfires? There’s a lot you can do to improve the odds for your home’s survival.

15 Ways to Save Money on Divorce
15 Ways to Save Money on Divorce

on December 9, 2017

In addition to being emotionally draining, divorce can end up costing you a bundle. Fortunately, there are things you can do to minimize the financial damage.

20 Commonly Held — but False — Beliefs About Divorce and Money
20 Commonly Held — but False — Beliefs About Divorce and Money

on December 2, 2017

If you plan to get a divorce, you’ll need to separate the facts from the myths.

How to Untangle Your Credit When You Divorce
How to Untangle Your Credit When You Divorce

on November 27, 2017

Divorce is painful, but you can take steps to prevent it from haunting you longer than necessary in the form of credit problems.

20 of the Worst Data Security Breaches to Date
20 of the Worst Data Security Breaches to Date

on November 15, 2017

Each passing month seems to reveal a bigger internet security problem than the last — exposing personal and financial data, and threatening businesses and customers.

How to Choose the Best Retirement Facility for Yourself or a Loved One
How to Choose the Best Retirement Facility for Yourself or a Loved One

on October 19, 2017

Choosing an assisted living community for a loved one that is safe, meets social needs and offers the right level and quality of care can be tricky. Here are questions to ask, and red flags to look for.

Why You Should Not Ignore the NAFTA Talks in Washington
Why You Should Not Ignore the NAFTA Talks in Washington

on October 17, 2017

President Trump is playing hardball in the North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations. What will happen if the U.S. withdraws from the pact?

States That Generation Xers Are Leaving — and Where They Are Moving Fastest
States That Generation Xers Are Leaving — and Where They Are Moving Fastest

on October 11, 2017

Now in the key career and family years of life, Generation X is voting with its feet. Here’s where they are going, and why.

Is Your Car a Lemon? Here’s How to Use the Laws Designed to Protect You
Is Your Car a Lemon? Here’s How to Use the Laws Designed to Protect You

on September 28, 2017

State lemon laws are there to make sure that you aren’t stuck with a faulty vehicle that keeps breaking down.

12 Ways to Slash the High Cost of Earning a College Degree
12 Ways to Slash the High Cost of Earning a College Degree

on September 21, 2017

Colleges and universities are expensive, but there are many strategies for coping with the costs of higher education.

Playing a Risky Game: People Who Fake Death for Big Money
Playing a Risky Game: People Who Fake Death for Big Money

on September 4, 2017

Life insurance fraud is attempted more often than you might think. Here’s what trips up the perpetrators, according to investigators who track them.

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