The 10 Largest Data Breaches in U.S. History
The 10 Largest Data Breaches in U.S. History

on November 10, 2020

These were the worst data exposures of all time — and some companies have been hit more than once.

10 States Where the Upper-Middle Class Is Moving
10 States Where the Upper-Middle Class Is Moving

on November 10, 2020

Low taxes and other advantages make these states attractive to the fairly well-heeled.

Are You Making These 7 Hand-Washing Mistakes?
Are You Making These 7 Hand-Washing Mistakes?

on November 9, 2020

If you’re committing any of these mistakes, your hands may not be as germ-free as you think.

15 Cities With the Biggest Home Price Hikes Since 2000
15 Cities With the Biggest Home Price Hikes Since 2000

on November 9, 2020

Home values are soaring, particularly in two states.

Most Seniors Are Making This Medicare Mistake
Most Seniors Are Making This Medicare Mistake

on November 9, 2020

Less than half of Medicare recipients take this step that could result in better or cheaper health coverage — or both.

Drivers Say This Auto Insurer Is Best for Claims
Drivers Say This Auto Insurer Is Best for Claims

on November 9, 2020

The pandemic has changed how car insurance companies respond to claims.

An Easy Way to Save on Holiday Shopping — Plus a Chance to Win $500
An Easy Way to Save on Holiday Shopping — Plus a Chance to Win $500

on November 9, 2020

Get up to 40% cash back — plus a chance to win a $500 Visa gift card.

These Medicare Expenses Will Jump in January
These Medicare Expenses Will Jump in January

on November 7, 2020

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

The Election Is (Almost) Over — What’s Ahead for Your Money?
The Election Is (Almost) Over — What’s Ahead for Your Money?

on November 6, 2020

Now that the election is nearly behind us, it’s time to look ahead and see how all this drama might affect the family finances.

How to Retire: 5 Steps to a Secure Future
How to Retire: 5 Steps to a Secure Future

on November 6, 2020

If you haven’t developed a retirement plan yet, here’s how to start thinking.

5 Ways Social Security Will Change in 2021
5 Ways Social Security Will Change in 2021

on November 6, 2020

These adjustments will affect both workers and retirees in the new year.

These Are the 3 Best Types of Face Masks
These Are the 3 Best Types of Face Masks

on November 6, 2020

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

These Are the 10 Worst Cars for Depreciation
These Are the 10 Worst Cars for Depreciation

on November 5, 2020

Two types of vehicles are especially likely to see steep plunges in value.

Here’s Your New Income Tax Rate for 2021
Here’s Your New Income Tax Rate for 2021

on November 5, 2020

The income ranges used to determine your tax rate will increase slightly in 2021 due to inflation. So will standard deductions.

Medicare Open Enrollment: 12 Tips to Get Great Coverage for 2021
Medicare Open Enrollment: 12 Tips to Get Great Coverage for 2021

on November 4, 2020

Medicare open enrollment is underway now. Have you taken these steps to prepare?

13 Amazon Purchases That We Are Loving Right Now
13 Amazon Purchases That We Are Loving Right Now

on November 3, 2020

These practical products make everyday life a little easier.

How to Prep Meals for a 14-Day Quarantine
How to Prep Meals for a 14-Day Quarantine

on November 3, 2020

With a little advance preparation, you can make two weeks worth of delicious and nutritious meals.

8 Extra Benefits in Most Medicare Advantage Plans for 2021
8 Extra Benefits in Most Medicare Advantage Plans for 2021

on November 3, 2020

Medicare Advantage health insurance plans for 2021 offer seniors more options than ever.

7 Ways to Protect Your Retirement From Investment Fraud
7 Ways to Protect Your Retirement From Investment Fraud

on November 3, 2020

Here’s a look at some of the many surprising risks to your financial security.

U.S. Cities With the Highest and Lowest Property Taxes
U.S. Cities With the Highest and Lowest Property Taxes

on November 2, 2020

Find out who pays the most — and the least — in property taxes across the country.

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