Funny Money: Financial Wit and Wisdom From 50 Top Comedians
Funny Money: Financial Wit and Wisdom From 50 Top Comedians

on October 26, 2016

Comedians from Mae West and Groucho Marx to John Oliver and Kevin Hart remind us there’s no end to our foolishness on the subject of money.

What You Need to Know for 2017 Obamacare Enrollment
What You Need to Know for 2017 Obamacare Enrollment

on September 27, 2016

It’s time again to enroll for insurance coverage — and the prognosis is for higher prices, fewer choices. Arm yourself with knowledge.

5 Surefire Ways to Achieve Your Goals (Even If You’ve Been Procrastinating)
5 Surefire Ways to Achieve Your Goals (Even If You’ve Been Procrastinating)

on August 15, 2016

It’s not too late to tackle the goals you set for 2016. The “Creativity Yenta” offers this advice on how to get off your butt and make your dream a reality.

Watch What You Post on the Olympics, or Face the Wrath of Organizers
Watch What You Post on the Olympics, or Face the Wrath of Organizers

on August 10, 2016

When it comes to protecting its trademarks, symbols and logos, the International Olympic Committee is the lord of the rings. Is it preserving Olympic integrity, or just bullying?

5 Mind-Blowing Ways to Psych Yourself Up for Saving
5 Mind-Blowing Ways to Psych Yourself Up for Saving

on August 4, 2016

Whether you dream of an exotic trek or a comfortable retirement, these exercises will help you reduce impulsive spending so you’ll have money for your future plans.

Will Your State Help You Fill Your Retirement Savings Gap?

on July 24, 2016

Five states lead the way to create auto-IRAs for workers whose employers offer no retirement savings plans and others are mulling the idea. Find out where your state stands.

‘Pokemon Go’ Captures New App Record
‘Pokemon Go’ Captures New App Record

on July 24, 2016

Apple announcement highlights the Pokemania that has swept the nation since the game app was launch in the United States.

9 Ways to Spark Up Your Independence Day Celebration
9 Ways to Spark Up Your Independence Day Celebration

on July 4, 2016

Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness need not be complicated. Here are eight frugal ways to celebrate July Fourth — and one splurge.

Sponsored: How Our World Is Changing as Companies Tap Into the Internet of Things
Sponsored: How Our World Is Changing as Companies Tap Into the Internet of Things

on June 16, 2016

Data flowing from work sites, cars, appliances, machinery and even our bathroom scales can enhance safety, efficiency and quality — improving even how a farmer produces a bushel of corn.

5 Keys to the Best Deal on Batteries
5 Keys to the Best Deal on Batteries

on June 14, 2016

So many of today’s devices run on batteries that it’s easy to ring up quite a bill. Here is how to make smart choices that will cut those costs.

New Services Make Private Jet Travel Affordable(ish)
New Services Make Private Jet Travel Affordable(ish)

on May 24, 2016

Jet-sharing services that take a page from Uber and Airbnb are driving down the cost of private flights — putting that luxury within reach for a growing number of travelers.

2016 Election: 5 Who Win Under Trump; 5 Who Win Under Clinton
2016 Election: 5 Who Win Under Trump; 5 Who Win Under Clinton

on May 23, 2016

Both parties’ front-runners in the race for the presidency say they’ll grow the economy, but their plans differ. So from your wallet’s point of view, who’s better for you?

When, Where to Get Top 10 Hottest Summer Vacation Savings
When, Where to Get Top 10 Hottest Summer Vacation Savings

on May 10, 2016

From Paris to Las Vegas — here are the key summer weeks for traveling to 10 amazing destinations at the best prices, according to travel experts.

5 Top Reasons You Could Pay More for Health Insurance in 2017
5 Top Reasons You Could Pay More for Health Insurance in 2017

on May 9, 2016

Many factors drive the price of health insurance premiums — some down but, unfortunately, most up.

U.S. Shuts Down Long-Running Psychic Scam With 1 Million Victims
U.S. Shuts Down Long-Running Psychic Scam With 1 Million Victims

on May 9, 2016

Officials say that letters claiming psychic visions of great wealth for the recipients bilked Americans out of $180 million.

New Tool Helps You See If Your Money Will Last for Life
New Tool Helps You See If Your Money Will Last for Life

on May 8, 2016

It may sound morbid, but an online calculator from actuaries helps you estimate your longevity and how it lines up with your resources.

Top 10 States to Snag Work-From-Home Jobs
Top 10 States to Snag Work-From-Home Jobs

on May 8, 2016

While telecommuting can be done from anywhere with reliable internet access, employers often have some type of geography requirement, experts say.

Political Preferences Align With Home Improvement
Political Preferences Align With Home Improvement

on May 8, 2016

Report reveals differences in how Republicans and Democrats approach home maintenance and repair projects.

Researchers Surprised by This Payday Behavior
Researchers Surprised by This Payday Behavior

on March 27, 2016

For many of us, even in the age of direct deposit, mobile payments and swiping of plastic cards, a paycheck still burns a hole in our pocket.

Can Feds Cut Red Tape When Death, Divorce Threaten Homeownership?
Can Feds Cut Red Tape When Death, Divorce Threaten Homeownership?

on March 27, 2016

Consumer group, bankers square off over rules that govern loans on properties that are inherited or awarded in a divorce or separation.

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