Donna Freedman on September 4, 2018
Half the fun of owning (or renting) a space is making it a comfortable, pleasing place to live, but you don’t have to go broke doing it.
Jeff Miller on August 30, 2018
Deciding when to start taking Social Security? Don’t forget to consider your spouse. Here’s why.
Stacy Johnson on August 29, 2018
Here are some simple rules of thumb that will tell you how much house you can afford — as well as a simple reason you should ignore them.
Stacy Johnson on August 24, 2018
You pay for your vacation and your kid’s education in advance. So, why not prepay your funeral? Well, here’s why.
Russell Settle on August 23, 2018
Has there been a divorce in your past? Here’s some good news: You may be able to claim your ex’s Social Security.
Gael F. Cooper on August 22, 2018
These tycoons have made it known that they won’t be handing off their riches to their offspring. Here’s a look at who they are, and why they’ve made this very public decision.
Stacy Johnson on August 17, 2018
Nobody wants an unexpected repair bill, but are extended warranties and service contracts worth it? Here’s how to decide.
Karla Bowsher on August 13, 2018
There is still time for one last summer adventure if you choose wisely. These options work for a range of budgets and schedules.
Karla Bowsher on August 12, 2018
This simple sleep technique is drug-free and cost-free, and a study suggests its impact is comparable to using pharmaceutical sleep aids.
Kari Huus on August 9, 2018
You don’t need to be bookish to make these libraries worth a visit. Among them are architectural masterpieces, places steeped in history or charm, and others that have an amazing wealth of books.
Karla Bowsher on August 8, 2018
One region is practically perfect for anyone open to retiring abroad. Plus, we have tips about what to weigh before you leave the U.S.
Ari Cetron on August 7, 2018
These tricks will help you make better food minus the little irritations.
Stacy Johnson on August 3, 2018
Many financial advisers say you should always wait until age 70 to collect Social Security. They’re wrong. Here’s why.
Karla Bowsher on July 30, 2018
U.S. citizens will have an easier time living or retiring abroad if they choose one of these nations. Here’s why.
Stacy Johnson on July 30, 2018
Medicaid — not Medicare — covers long-term nursing home expenses. But you must have a low income and few assets to qualify. Is there a way to work the system?
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