Author: Stacy Johnson
Some things that Americans take for granted, foreigners find strange, hilarious or even offensive. Read on to see how thankful we should be for the things we have.
The internet is full of tips about lowering the cost of insurance. But how about some advice on getting what you pay for?
Should you buy a service contract or extended warranty? My answer has always been no. These days, however, I’m less sure. Here’s why.
A reader just retired and is worried that her retirement income won’t be enough. She should be.
Sure, you can sleep an extra 60 minutes. But here are some worthwhile ways to reinvest that time so it pays big dividends.
One in 5 Americans able to borrow from their 401(k)s have done so. But that doesn’t mean it’s a great idea.
Unreasonable fees are the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face. Here’s how to steer clear of them.
Many financial advisers, including me, often say to wait till the last possible minute to start taking Social Security. Why are we trying to keep people from having a nice life?
One online calculator tells this reader he’s on track; another tells him he needs to save half his salary from now until the day he retires. Which should he believe?