Are We Eligible for ‘Free’ Social Security Spousal Benefits?
Are We Eligible for ‘Free’ Social Security Spousal Benefits?

on January 9, 2020

One claiming procedure can boost Social Security benefits. But not everyone can use it.

4 Expiring Tax Breaks Extended Through 2020
4 Expiring Tax Breaks Extended Through 2020

on January 8, 2020

Thanks to recent legislation, you might be able to claim these deductions on your next federal tax return.

This Grocery Store Has the Best Pharmacy, According to Shoppers
This Grocery Store Has the Best Pharmacy, According to Shoppers

on January 8, 2020

The nation’s No. 1 pharmacy isn’t located in a drugstore.

How to Prepare for an Emergency in 10 Steps
How to Prepare for an Emergency in 10 Steps

on January 8, 2020

Preparing now for an emergency or evacuation helps you act quickly when danger threatens.

Taking Blood Pressure Pills at This Time of Day Could Save Your Life
Taking Blood Pressure Pills at This Time of Day Could Save Your Life

on January 8, 2020

The right timing can help you prevent a big — and possibly fatal — mistake.

Our 10 Favorite Amazon Purchases of the Year
Our 10 Favorite Amazon Purchases of the Year

on January 7, 2020

These practical products make everyday life a little easier.

New Agreement Makes It Easier to Find Free Tax Help
New Agreement Makes It Easier to Find Free Tax Help

on January 7, 2020

The IRS has reached an agreement with a slew of companies that should make it easier to track down gratis tax help.

This Online Bank Rated Best for Second Year in a Row
This Online Bank Rated Best for Second Year in a Row

on January 7, 2020

This bank pays interest without charging monthly fees, but there’s a downside.

3 Costly Social Security Mistakes That Women Make
3 Costly Social Security Mistakes That Women Make

on January 6, 2020

Women face unique challenges when planning for retirement and making these mistakes can result in a skimpier retirement.

17 Things That Got More Expensive in 2019
17 Things That Got More Expensive in 2019

on January 6, 2020

You try keeping your spending in check, but prices keep rising on these common expenditures.

Cable Bills Are About to Change — for the Better
Cable Bills Are About to Change — for the Better

on January 5, 2020

A new law is bringing transparency to cable and satellite TV costs.

30 Things You Can Still Buy for a Dollar
30 Things You Can Still Buy for a Dollar

on January 5, 2020

Yes, you can still do a little shopping without breaking the bank. Here’s what we discovered.

7 Gadgets Under $60 That Can Boost Your Health
7 Gadgets Under $60 That Can Boost Your Health

on January 5, 2020

These Amazon finds can help ease foot aches, boost energy and even protect your heart.

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know Home Insurance Covers
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know Home Insurance Covers

on January 5, 2020

You might be surprised to learn just how much protection the typical homeowners insurance policy offers.

3 Big Medicare Costs Just Got Bigger
3 Big Medicare Costs Just Got Bigger

on January 3, 2020

Some Medicare premiums and deductibles for 2020 will take a bigger bite out of Social Security payments.

27 Things Babies Born in 2020 Will Never Know
27 Things Babies Born in 2020 Will Never Know

on January 3, 2020

Will you even be able to explain all the things we once thought were so cool?

7 Ways Coupons Waste Your Money and Time
7 Ways Coupons Waste Your Money and Time

on January 2, 2020

Here’s why I hung up my scissors and quit clipping coupons.

6 Ways to Dodge Inflation in 2020
6 Ways to Dodge Inflation in 2020

on January 2, 2020

Inflation is a fact of life. But you don’t have to fall for rising prices. Here’s how to fight back.

Here’s How High Inflation Could Go in 2020
Here’s How High Inflation Could Go in 2020

on January 1, 2020

We look at some key sectors — food, energy, college and health care — and how much prices are expected to increase in the new year.

6 Ways Federal Income Taxes Will Be Different in 2020
6 Ways Federal Income Taxes Will Be Different in 2020

on December 31, 2019

The impact of 2017 tax reform legislation is still playing out. A few more changes are in store.

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