5 Ways Retirees Can Lower Their Income Taxes
5 Ways Retirees Can Lower Their Income Taxes

on July 2, 2020

Here’s how to keep Uncle Sam’s mitts away from your nest egg.

These Simple Changes Might Save You Thousands in Social Security Benefits
These Simple Changes Might Save You Thousands in Social Security Benefits

on July 2, 2020

The government’s poor choice of words might cost you a lot of money. Here’s a suggestion for fixing that.

11 Essential Money Moves to Make in Your 60s — and Beyond
11 Essential Money Moves to Make in Your 60s — and Beyond

on June 29, 2020

In retirement, you’ll need to safeguard your nest egg while growing it enough to beat inflation. Here’s how to do both.

How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck in 8 Steps
How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck in 8 Steps

on June 27, 2020

Does it feel like your paycheck is gone the moment you get it? You can break that vicious cycle.

10 of the Greatest Money Hacks of All Time
10 of the Greatest Money Hacks of All Time

on June 26, 2020

Don’t settle for your current financial situation.

The 3 Best-Rated Retirement Plan Providers in 2020
The 3 Best-Rated Retirement Plan Providers in 2020

on June 23, 2020

Employees give these companies high marks for customer satisfaction.

How Slashing My Lunch Costs Saves Me $200,000
How Slashing My Lunch Costs Saves Me $200,000

on June 23, 2020

Only a fool — and a very rich one at that — would waste $200,000 on lunch, right? Wrong.

Of All the Fees You Pay, This Is the Worst
Of All the Fees You Pay, This Is the Worst

on June 22, 2020

What’s the most maddening fee you pay? To check your luggage? Bounce a check? Use an ATM? Not even close.

An Easy Way to Track Your Spending and Build Your Savings
An Easy Way to Track Your Spending and Build Your Savings

on June 20, 2020

Here’s a proven method for gaining full control over your finances — and thus feeling better about your life.

Which Is the Better Investment: Stocks or Real Estate?
Which Is the Better Investment: Stocks or Real Estate?

on June 19, 2020

In this week’s podcast: What I’ve learned investing in stocks and real estate for 40 years.

6 Ways to Heap Up Savings Before You Retire
6 Ways to Heap Up Savings Before You Retire

on June 10, 2020

Falling behind on your retirement savings? These simple habits can thicken your wallet in no time.

Can My Wife Claim Social Security Spousal Benefits When I Retire?
Can My Wife Claim Social Security Spousal Benefits When I Retire?

on June 4, 2020

This week’s question underscores how asking for a little help can put more money in your pocket.

11 Retirement Funding Goals Everyone Ought to Hit by Age 50
11 Retirement Funding Goals Everyone Ought to Hit by Age 50

on May 27, 2020

Nail these financial milestones so you can embrace your 50s — and the years beyond.

6 Ways to Guarantee Yourself a Steady Retirement Income
6 Ways to Guarantee Yourself a Steady Retirement Income

on May 26, 2020

Saving is just one part of the retirement equation. Do this now to guarantee income in your golden years.

Am I Eligible for a Health Savings Account?
Am I Eligible for a Health Savings Account?

on May 25, 2020

HSAs are awesome. But there’s one rather large group of people who don’t get to take advantage of them.

5 Ways to Stop Lifestyle Creep From Stealing Your Retirement
5 Ways to Stop Lifestyle Creep From Stealing Your Retirement

on May 22, 2020

Here is why it’s dangerous to spend more simply because you can do so.

Limits for This Tax-Free Account Will Increase in 2021
Limits for This Tax-Free Account Will Increase in 2021

on May 21, 2020

The IRS is again raising the contribution limits for the most tax-friendly account there is.

Does It Really Matter When I Claim Social Security Benefits?
Does It Really Matter When I Claim Social Security Benefits?

on May 21, 2020

Some people say it doesn’t matter at what age you decide to claim. They are wrong.

The 7 Best Investment Apps for Beginners
The 7 Best Investment Apps for Beginners

on May 16, 2020

If you’re looking to ease into investing with just a little money in the coronavirus economy, check out these easy-to-use tools.

What the Coronavirus Can Teach Us About Building an Emergency Fund
What the Coronavirus Can Teach Us About Building an Emergency Fund

on May 15, 2020

Find your emergency fund is too skinny? Here’s how to stretch those dollars and fatten it up.

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