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Making up for this year's hike in Social Security taxes require some careful planning. Five ways to cut expenses and increase earnings so the hit isn't such a blow.
A preview of new out-of-pocket costs and newfangled ways you'll be getting your medicine as employers get ready for Obamacare to start in earnest.
The death of the temporary payroll tax cut means everyone will see a bigger tax bite out of their paychecks this year.
Now is the time to stock up on essentials whose prices are going up, like stamps, apps for your smart phone, and maybe even a house.
With interest rates predicted to stay low for the rest of the year, prospective borrowers can save for their down payment and improve damaged credit scores.
Almost half of married adults admit to keeping money secrets from their spouses, with women spending more on the sly than men. Yet financial infidelity can be as destructive as the other kind.
Bowing to intense competition among fund managers over the past few months, Vanguard announced reductions in fees on dozens of mutual funds and ETFs.
Take advantage of these smart tax moves before December 31st, and your biggest holiday gift could be savings for months and years to come.
The Affordable Care Act will go far to rescue the generation hardest hit by rising health-care costs, including 8.6 million Boomers without health insurance.
Your credit score has become an increasingly important number for prospective employers, landlords, and now romantic partners.
The cost of raising a child born in 2011 climbed to $235,000, one survey found. For upper-income families, the bill nears $500,000.
Christmas gifts like trampolines, treehouse kits and certain breeds of puppies will please the kids, but cause homeowner's insurance agents to cringe.
Income-based premium hikes are likely part of any budget deal, and would eventually affect one in four retirees.
More than one out of every nine dollars under professional management is now invested under "sustainable and responsible" practices.
Suze Orman says Always remember the holiday season is about giving - true giving.
A third of workers will fail to spend their use-it-or-lose-it flexible spending accounts (FSA) for healthcare, according to a study by WageWorks.
Charitable giving can include any of the "three T's": time, talent and treasure.
We may first buy life insurance when we become parents. But some of the best strategies apply after the kids are out and the house is paid off.
The net wealth of U.S. households rose in the third quarter to its highest since late 2007, a hopeful sign for consumer spending.
Veterans returning from combat are cautious when it comes to taking ordinary risks with their money.