74% of Americans Share This Worry About Their Golden Years
74% of Americans Share This Worry About Their Golden Years

on August 20, 2020

Here’s what is keeping people up at night — and how you can calm such worries.

Is This Type of Appliance Endangering Your Health?
Is This Type of Appliance Endangering Your Health?

on August 20, 2020

Using these appliances can lead to respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, and even premature death.

6 Things to Know About Taking Social Security During the Pandemic
6 Things to Know About Taking Social Security During the Pandemic

on August 19, 2020

COVID-19 might impact some key decisions you make about claiming Social Security benefits.

The Income Needed to Pay Rent in the 10 Largest U.S. Cities
The Income Needed to Pay Rent in the 10 Largest U.S. Cities

on August 19, 2020

Even before the pandemic, median incomes in these cities weren’t enough to pay rent without stretching the household budget.

Is This Why Some People Have Milder Coronavirus Symptoms?
Is This Why Some People Have Milder Coronavirus Symptoms?

on August 19, 2020

A new study might make you grateful for the possibly protective effect of an illness most of us love to hate.

8 Easy Ways to Cut Back on Meat
8 Easy Ways to Cut Back on Meat

on August 19, 2020

You don’t have to go cold turkey to enjoy savings and health benefits of eating less meat.

How Much Do You Need to Earn to Afford an Apartment in Each State?
How Much Do You Need to Earn to Afford an Apartment in Each State?

on August 19, 2020

Here’s how many hours you must work to afford even a modest apartment in every state if you earn the minimum wage there.

Seniors With These 5 Diseases Are Most Often Hospitalized for COVID-19
Seniors With These 5 Diseases Are Most Often Hospitalized for COVID-19

on August 18, 2020

Medicare data reveals which chronic conditions make seniors especially vulnerable to ending up in the hospital due to the coronavirus.

7 Things I Always Buy at Bed Bath & Beyond
7 Things I Always Buy at Bed Bath & Beyond

on August 18, 2020

The home-goods store doesn’t kid around about the “beyond” part.

Is Your State Prepared for Voting by Mail in November?
Is Your State Prepared for Voting by Mail in November?

on August 18, 2020

More than half of states receive a C grade — or worse.

4 States Where Schools Are Open — and 7 Where They Are Closed
4 States Where Schools Are Open — and 7 Where They Are Closed

on August 18, 2020

The back-to-school season has never looked like this. See which states are most and least strict about in-person instruction.

Half of Retirees Say This Is the Top Reason to Have Money
Half of Retirees Say This Is the Top Reason to Have Money

on August 17, 2020

Women and men have different opinions on why money matters in retirement.

The Most Common Reason That Older Adults Fall Down
The Most Common Reason That Older Adults Fall Down

on August 17, 2020

The good news: It’s possible to avoid potentially devastating falls.

Should You Reconsider Taking a Daily Aspirin?
Should You Reconsider Taking a Daily Aspirin?

on August 15, 2020

An aspirin a day might do more harm than good for some people, according to new findings.

My 10 Dumbest Money Moves
My 10 Dumbest Money Moves

on August 14, 2020

In this week’s podcast: financial lessons I had to learn the hard way.

The 3 Most Effective — and 2 Least Helpful — Face Masks
The 3 Most Effective — and 2 Least Helpful — Face Masks

on August 13, 2020

Some types of face coverings are significantly more protective than others.

Is a Second Stimulus Check Still Coming?
Is a Second Stimulus Check Still Coming?

on August 12, 2020

The status of another round of direct payments to taxpayers is a mix of good and bad news.

Americans Agree on These 3 Changes to Social Security
Americans Agree on These 3 Changes to Social Security

on August 12, 2020

In an era of division, we are united about these changes to the Social Security system.

This Is the Best Pharmacy in 2020, According to Shoppers
This Is the Best Pharmacy in 2020, According to Shoppers

on August 12, 2020

The nation’s No. 1 pharmacy isn’t CVS or Walgreens.

How Trump’s Latest Executive Actions Could Affect Your Finances
How Trump’s Latest Executive Actions Could Affect Your Finances

on August 11, 2020

Here’s what steps the president is taking that might help your finances during the pandemic.

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