Here’s What Watching TV in Midlife Does to Your Brain
Here’s What Watching TV in Midlife Does to Your Brain

on May 26, 2021

A new study finds a link between too much TV time and cognitive decline.

9 Things the Chip Shortage Has Made Scarce — or Costly
9 Things the Chip Shortage Has Made Scarce — or Costly

on May 26, 2021

Americans are shopping again, but they might have a tough time buying these items that require microchips.

8 Foods You Should Never Buy at Costco
8 Foods You Should Never Buy at Costco

on May 25, 2021

Even if you love the warehouse store, there are some products that should be left on the shelves.

4 Retirement Planning Rules You Might Want to Break
4 Retirement Planning Rules You Might Want to Break

on May 24, 2021

Post-pandemic, it’s especially important to question traditional retirement advice.

7 Deadly Health Mistakes People Make After Age 50
7 Deadly Health Mistakes People Make After Age 50

on May 24, 2021

Simply avoiding these actions can improve the odds of a longer, more healthful life.

Should You Be Worried About Inflation Risk?
Should You Be Worried About Inflation Risk?

on May 24, 2021

Inflation can be a drag on your retirement savings. Use these tips to minimize risk.

Americans Say It Takes This Much Money to Be Wealthy
Americans Say It Takes This Much Money to Be Wealthy

on May 20, 2021

The amount Americans think you need to be wealthy in 2021 is less than they said it was in 2020.

FTC Blasts Manufacturers for Making Product Repairs Difficult
FTC Blasts Manufacturers for Making Product Repairs Difficult

on May 20, 2021

More than half of states are considering “right to repair” legislation.

5 States Cutting Taxes for Next Year — and 2 Raising Them
5 States Cutting Taxes for Next Year — and 2 Raising Them

on May 19, 2021

State personal income tax rates, brackets and deductions have changed in these places.

Where Seniors Are Most and Least Financially Secure
Where Seniors Are Most and Least Financially Secure

on May 19, 2021

Based on factors ranging from food stamp use to housing costs, these cities are where seniors are the best and worst off.

35% of Older Americans Fail This Basic Retirement Test
35% of Older Americans Fail This Basic Retirement Test

on May 19, 2021

Americans remain largely ignorant of key aspects of a program that impacts nearly all our lives.

Earn Free Hotel Stays Fast With These Credit Cards
Earn Free Hotel Stays Fast With These Credit Cards

on May 19, 2021

If travel’s on the agenda, at least one of these should be in your wallet.

6 Ways Americans Plan to Splurge After the Pandemic
6 Ways Americans Plan to Splurge After the Pandemic

on May 18, 2021

A new poll finds that we can’t wait to resume spending on these activities.

8 Tips to Successfully Transition to Retirement
8 Tips to Successfully Transition to Retirement

on May 18, 2021

Making a major life change can be disorienting. Here are some ways to stay grounded.

20 Pandemic Changes That Are Likely Here to Stay
20 Pandemic Changes That Are Likely Here to Stay

on May 17, 2021

Some of the changes we’ve made amid the COVID-19 pandemic are likely permanent.

7 Types of Retirees Who Claim Social Security Early
7 Types of Retirees Who Claim Social Security Early

on May 17, 2021

How many of these traits do you share with retirees who take their benefits ASAP?

15 Tips for Those Within 10 Years of Retirement
15 Tips for Those Within 10 Years of Retirement

on May 17, 2021

If you’re nearing the finish line, it’s time to add these items to your to-do list so you’ll be ready to retire.

New, Shorter Social Security Statement Wins Early Praise
New, Shorter Social Security Statement Wins Early Praise

on May 17, 2021

A small percentage of workers with online accounts are getting an early glimpse at the redesigned statement.

2 Money Woes That Can Signal the Start of Dementia
2 Money Woes That Can Signal the Start of Dementia

on May 17, 2021

These financial issues can hint at dementia years prior to diagnosis.

If You Find This Thrift Shopping, Buy It
If You Find This Thrift Shopping, Buy It

on May 15, 2021

This brand of cooking utensil is American-made and built to last. Even better, they can resell for big bucks.

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