The Best and Worst States for American Workers
The Best and Worst States for American Workers

on October 16, 2018

Find out where your state ranks among the friendliest — and most lucrative — places to work.

How to Avoid 10 of the World’s Most Infuriating Fees
How to Avoid 10 of the World’s Most Infuriating Fees

on October 16, 2018

Unreasonable fees are the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face. Here’s how to steer clear of them.

How to Discover If Crooks Have Opened Bank Accounts in Your Name
How to Discover If Crooks Have Opened Bank Accounts in Your Name

on October 16, 2018

A report you’ve probably never heard of can alert you to problems in your banking history. Here’s what every consumer should know about it — and how to get a free copy.

2-Minute Money Manager: What’s the Best Way to Protect My Passwords and Stay Safe Online?
2-Minute Money Manager: What’s the Best Way to Protect My Passwords and Stay Safe Online?

on October 16, 2018

If you use the same password for everything — or use simple passwords so you can remember them — stop what you’re doing and read this.

12 Proven Ways to Look Smarter Than You Really Are
12 Proven Ways to Look Smarter Than You Really Are

on October 15, 2018

No one wants to be the dullard in a conversation. Here are ways to look smarter even when you’re feeling a little out of your depth.

How Much the 25 Biggest U.S. Retailers Pay Workers — and Their CEOs
How Much the 25 Biggest U.S. Retailers Pay Workers — and Their CEOs

on October 15, 2018

In stores and fast-food outlets across the country, here’s what typical employees and store managers earn and how their pay compares with compensation for top corporate executives.

7 Facts You Need to Know About Medicare
7 Facts You Need to Know About Medicare

on October 15, 2018

Medicare open enrollment begins today. Here’s what you need to know, as well as where to find help.

2-Minute Money Manager: Should I Buy Dental Insurance?
2-Minute Money Manager: Should I Buy Dental Insurance?

on October 15, 2018

Insurance can be important, but some types of coverage are poor buys. Here’s why dental insurance may not be worth the money.

7 Ways You Throw Away Money Every Day
7 Ways You Throw Away Money Every Day

on October 14, 2018

Many consumers routinely waste hard-earned cash — often without realizing it. Here’s how you can break this costly cycle.

9 Items Under $40 That Will Organize Your Home
9 Items Under $40 That Will Organize Your Home

on October 14, 2018

We’ve rounded up nine clever products to help transform your messy nest into the pristine home of your dreams.

2019 Social Security Bump Is Biggest in 7 Years for Retirees
2019 Social Security Bump Is Biggest in 7 Years for Retirees

on October 14, 2018

Find out how large of an increase you can expect next year.

8 Times When You’re Right to Be a Cheapskate
8 Times When You’re Right to Be a Cheapskate

on October 14, 2018

Sometimes, clever shoppers can save money without sacrificing quality. Here are some great examples.

10 Habits Happy People Use to Make Life Better
10 Habits Happy People Use to Make Life Better

on October 14, 2018

If you want to walk through life with a smile on your face, try these habits on for size.

4 Steps to Boost College Savings When Money Is Tight
4 Steps to Boost College Savings When Money Is Tight

on October 13, 2018

The typical college degree may be outrageously expensive, but that doesn’t mean you or your child or grandchild has to give up on higher-education dreams.

Are We Heading Into a Recession? Here Are 6 Signs to Watch
Are We Heading Into a Recession? Here Are 6 Signs to Watch

on October 12, 2018

Just because the market wobbles doesn’t mean the economy is going to the dogs. Check these indicators for a better look at the risk.

Mortgage Rates at 8-Year High: How to Refinance Before It’s Too Late
Mortgage Rates at 8-Year High: How to Refinance Before It’s Too Late

on October 12, 2018

This week, mortgage rates climbed to a nearly eight-year high. Take these seven steps before they rise even further.

4 Big Tax Deductions You Almost Surely Won’t Claim for 2018
4 Big Tax Deductions You Almost Surely Won’t Claim for 2018

on October 12, 2018

As the year winds down, it’s worth remembering how the new tax code will help — and hurt — taxpayers filing returns next spring.

19 Dumb Mistakes That Send Winter Energy Bills Soaring
19 Dumb Mistakes That Send Winter Energy Bills Soaring

on October 12, 2018

Ignoring these things can cost you cash. Fortunately, none of the fixes requires a big investment.

Is This the Best Way for Older Workers to Pad Their Nest Eggs?
Is This the Best Way for Older Workers to Pad Their Nest Eggs?

on October 12, 2018

Boosting your retirement savings may require a lot less work than you think.

8 Easy Ways to Build Credit From Scratch
8 Easy Ways to Build Credit From Scratch

on October 12, 2018

These simple steps will help newcomers to the credit world — or those who are starting over — borrow money and build a credit history.

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