Talking Money with Your Honey: How to Do It Painlessly
Talking Money with Your Honey: How to Do It Painlessly

on March 5, 2021

Money is a leading causes of conflict. That’s why you should talk to your partner about it early and often. Here’s how to do it without ruffling feathers.

The Pros and Cons of Working in Retirement
The Pros and Cons of Working in Retirement

on February 26, 2021

Retirement doesn’t have to be synonymous with not working. It could mean working, but only doing things you want to do, not have to do.

Commonly Overlooked Tax Breaks and Other Tax Stuff to Know
Commonly Overlooked Tax Breaks and Other Tax Stuff to Know

on February 19, 2021

Here are this year’s commonly overlooked deductions and answers to many tax questions.

Everything You Need to Know About Medicare
Everything You Need to Know About Medicare

on February 12, 2021

More than 61 million Americans use Medicare, and it’s likely most of them were confused when they first encountered this complex program.

How the Biden Presidency Could Affect Your Money
How the Biden Presidency Could Affect Your Money

on February 5, 2021

Here are the ways Biden’s plans may add to — or take away from — your savings.

Estate Planning Tips and Tricks
Estate Planning Tips and Tricks

on January 30, 2021

Nobody wants to confront their own mortality. But estate planning doesn’t have to be difficult, complicated or expensive.

Is the Stock Market in a Dangerous Bubble?
Is the Stock Market in a Dangerous Bubble?

on January 29, 2021

When is the market about to crash? That’s easy. It’s when investors are least expecting it.

The Fastest Proven Ways to Destroy Debt
The Fastest Proven Ways to Destroy Debt

on January 22, 2021

Here are the simple steps that will make you debt-free.

2021 Outlook: Stocks and Housing
2021 Outlook: Stocks and Housing

on January 15, 2021

Today we dust off our crystal ball and tell you what’s ahead for stocks, housing, interest rates and more in 2021.

How to Figure Out What You’ll Need to Comfortably Retire
How to Figure Out What You’ll Need to Comfortably Retire

on January 8, 2021

If you want to retire happy, the first step is figuring out how much money you’ll need.

Answers to Your Toughest Retirement Questions
Answers to Your Toughest Retirement Questions

on January 1, 2021

In this week’s podcast: We tackle some of the most vexing issues for those approaching their golden years.

5 Countries Where You Can Retire on $2,000 a Month or Less
5 Countries Where You Can Retire on $2,000 a Month or Less

on December 25, 2020

These tips on retiring overseas come from someone who’s been helping American expats for decades.

Simple, Achievable New Year’s Resolutions That Will Make You Richer
Simple, Achievable New Year’s Resolutions That Will Make You Richer

on December 18, 2020

Every year we make resolutions, and every year we backslide. Here are some easy-to-follow resolutions that will pay off big time.

Why Your Retirement Will Be Nothing Like You Planned
Why Your Retirement Will Be Nothing Like You Planned

on December 11, 2020

If you’re picturing a retirement like your parents or grandparents had, you’re in for a rude awakening.

How to Get Thousands of Dollars More in Social Security
How to Get Thousands of Dollars More in Social Security

on December 4, 2020

Here’s how to maximize your Social Security benefits.

How One Hour Today Could Be Worth $1,000 Next Year
How One Hour Today Could Be Worth $1,000 Next Year

on November 27, 2020

There aren’t many times when one hour of your time could be worth $1,000 or more, but now could be one of those times.

How to Get a Deal on Everything You’ll Ever Buy
How to Get a Deal on Everything You’ll Ever Buy

on November 20, 2020

Whether you shop online or in stores, there are dozens of ways to save. Here are some of our favorites.

Credit Card Secrets the Banks Don’t Want You to Know
Credit Card Secrets the Banks Don’t Want You to Know

on November 13, 2020

The less you think about credit and credit cards, the better the lenders like it. Here are some things they don’t want you to know, but I do.

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.

Is It Time to Buy Real Estate?
Is It Time to Buy Real Estate?

on October 30, 2020

The residential real estate market has been hot lately. But how long can that continue? Here’s one expert’s opinion.

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