Author: Karla Bowsher
This worry outranks running out of retirement funds — but you can take steps now that will improve your situation later.
Several free tools can prevent advertisers from tracking your online activity, but it’s not as simple with your internet service provider.
If stock market fluctuations worry you, you’re probably committing a rookie investor mistake that could cost you money. Learn from this case in point.
These prices rival those of Black Friday, and you don’t need to pay for Prime to get them. But act quickly before they are gone.
This service joins a growing array of options that can cut your monthly TV expenses by half — or more.
If you haven’t asked for a lower credit card interest rate or fee recently, you’re probably overpaying. Here’s how to fix that.
The vast majority of consumers die with outstanding debts — totaling an average of about $62,000. Here’s how to avoid burdening your loved ones.
In most of the 100 largest U.S. cities, renters now outnumber owners. To buck the trend, you’ll need this financial savvy.
More than one-third of Americans could not pay an unexpected medical bill of more than $100 without going into debt. Here’s how to avoid that fate.
Almost one-quarter of workers have less than $1,000 in savings, a new survey shows. Here’s how to boost your nest egg and banish financial stress.
The Trump administration recently reversed an Obama-era rule on collection fees, and the result could be costly for borrowers.
A smaller cash cushion can get you through most monthly income fluctuations, according to new research.
Continued rate hikes by the Federal Reserve mean anyone carrying credit card debt will pay more for it. Here’s how to change that fate.
You can write off up to 53.5 cents for every tax-deductible mile you drive — but you’ll need documentation. These mobile apps make it easy.
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