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The new year offers a great opportunity to get back to the basics of responsible saving.
Brokers love to push variable annuities, but it's rare that they make appropriate investments.
While consumers may be feeling a little less pain at the pump, it's not enough to suggest a quick economic recovery.
Whether you're worried about your job or just want to prepare for the unexpected, you need to have an emergency cash fund in place.
Travel expert Peter Greenberg reveals a couple pieces of gear that will save you time and money on your next trip.
Easy tips for living on a slimmed down budget in the new year.
The Bernie Madoff story is making us all re-evaluate where we have our money. Let's make sure, if nothing else, it teaches us to be wary of potential cons.
It’s more than just retailers after your money this holiday season. Scammers know this is their big time of the year, too.
Gadgets, like a sharp suit or fast car, send a message. These will help you send the right one.
Is slowed consumer spending a result of hard economics or is the psychology of hard times holding consumers back?
You can be at risk if you so much reply angrily to an email from a scammer.
If you aren’t on guard when preparing your getaway, you could lose it all to fraud.
In theory, the mass bankruptcy filings should be good for the economy by giving people a second chance. But the damage is already done.
Flight insurance is a joke. Never buy it. Instead, spend your money where it can really protect your trip.
Experts offer five basic strategies on how not to be the next victim of trap like Bernie Madoff allegedly set.
Zero or a quarter of one percent, you won’t see us doing much more than shrugging our shoulders.
This morning's CPI data is further indication that demand for consumer goods is down as a result of a shift in spending habits due to the credit crunch.
Investing scams don't just target the rich. There are plenty that go after your thousands, not your millions.
They helped fund America’s efforts in World War II and they’re making a big-time comeback 60 years later.
What separates those who have been had vs. those who are and were immune is knowing when to let your brain do the talking and when to tell greed do the walking.
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