Americans Have Left More Than $1 Trillion in Old 401(k)s
Americans Have Left More Than $1 Trillion in Old 401(k)s

The estimated average size of those old accounts is $55,000.

Is Amazon Sharing Your Internet With Strangers?
Is Amazon Sharing Your Internet With Strangers?

A new policy that starts June 8 potentially affects owners of Amazon devices.

5 Retirement Planning Mistakes You’ll Regret Forever
5 Retirement Planning Mistakes You’ll Regret Forever

If you don’t want to spend your golden years eating ramen, avoid these dumb moves.

5 Medicare Mistakes to Avoid for a Healthy Retirement
5 Medicare Mistakes to Avoid for a Healthy Retirement

Medicare can be confusing. Beware these missteps — which can hike your costs.

It’s About to Get Easier for Over a Million Homeowners to Refinance Their Mortgages
It’s About to Get Easier for Over a Million Homeowners to Refinance Their Mortgages

Homeowners left out of the mortgage refinance boom may soon find it easier to save on their home loan payments.

20 Great Ideas to Help You Travel in Retirement
20 Great Ideas to Help You Travel in Retirement

Make your retirement travel dreams a reality with these tips.

17 Things You’re Keeping for No Reason — and Should Toss
17 Things You’re Keeping for No Reason — and Should Toss

Face facts: These things are just taking up space.

This Home Improvement Store Is America’s Favorite — Yet Again
This Home Improvement Store Is America’s Favorite — Yet Again

The hardware store chain is probably not the retailer you’d expect.

7 Times When It’s Smart Not to Pay Off Your Mortgage Early
7 Times When It’s Smart Not to Pay Off Your Mortgage Early

Sometimes, you can save money — or even build wealth — by paying down a mortgage slowly.

6 Ways to Plan for Your Future Financial Security
6 Ways to Plan for Your Future Financial Security

Visualizing what the future may hold can be a good way to prepare for retirement.

10 of the Weirdest Things You Can Rent
10 of the Weirdest Things You Can Rent

You might save a bundle by renting some of these surprising items (and people).

Is Cellphone Insurance Worth It? Here’s How You Can Tell
Is Cellphone Insurance Worth It? Here’s How You Can Tell

It’s important to weigh the cost of insurance against the cost of repairs.

5 Ways to Cash in on Real Estate
5 Ways to Cash in on Real Estate

Profiting from real estate doesn’t always involve buying houses or owning rentals. You can invest hassle-free for as little as $500.

Target Announces ‘Prime Day’ Sale and Early Gift Card Deal
Target Announces ‘Prime Day’ Sale and Early Gift Card Deal

The popular chain will expand its event by an entire 24 hours.

9 Stores That Will Pay You for Your Clutter
9 Stores That Will Pay You for Your Clutter

These national chains will give you credit or cash for your stuff.

27 Hazardous Products That Were Recalled in May 2021
27 Hazardous Products That Were Recalled in May 2021

Did you catch these recent product recalls?

15 Cities Where Homeowners Are Most Likely to Refinance Their Mortgage
15 Cities Where Homeowners Are Most Likely to Refinance Their Mortgage

Homeowners in these cities are taking advantage of low interest rates to refinance their mortgages.

Stop Buying These 11 Things That Are Free at Libraries
Stop Buying These 11 Things That Are Free at Libraries

Before you spend another dollar on items and services like these, check with your public library.

Earn 100,000 Bonus Points With This Card
Earn 100,000 Bonus Points With This Card

This is the best offer the card’s ever had.

10 Deep Discounts Available on Amazon This Friday
10 Deep Discounts Available on Amazon This Friday

These items are steeply discounted — but the deals won’t last long.

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