The world of money changes fast. Here are some topics you need to understand if you want to stay financially sound.
Retirees in these U.S. cities depend heavily on Social Security benefits to fund their golden years.
You think you’ve got it all figured out, but does your retirement budget account for these common costs?
So-called “rewards” credit cards can cost you a bundle if you aren’t careful. Weigh the following before signing up.
Some stocks pay dividends that beat the pants off bank savings accounts. Find out if these investments are right for you.
Not every corner of the U.S. has recovered from the Great Recession. In these counties, the percentage of residents living in poverty has only increased since 2009.
You could pocket anywhere from $5 to $5,000 in class-action settlement payments if you’re eligible to join even one of these lawsuits.
Many older workers have the energy and experience to make a successful career change. Here is why you should do it.
Make even one of these mistakes and it can effectively add five figures or more to the price you pay for a house.
Spring is getting closer, and that means ants will soon visit your home. Here’s how to get rid of these pesky insects and keep them at bay.
Let lifestyle creep influence your spending, and it will jeopardize your long-term financial security. Here are some key ways to stop it before it’s too late.
Here are some simple strategies for keeping Uncle Sam as far away from your investments as is legally possible.
It’s nice to be loved by your fans, but it’s even better to be respected by your peers. Businesspeople say these companies are the best in 2019.
Marriage may have its financial pitfalls, but it’s still rich with monetary advantages.
If retirement is on the horizon, you can’t afford to take too much risk, but you also need to make as much as possible. Here are your options.
Here’s how to earn cash as you give new life to these unwanted items.
These federal income tax deductions have been worth thousands of dollars. But you can’t claim them on your 2018 return.
Downsizing your home offers many benefits, including some you may not have anticipated.
A seemingly small stumble — such as forgetting to return library books — can cause your credit score to plummet.
A retiree who isn’t ready to stop working but hopes to work from home asks our expert which firms are most promising for remote positions.
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