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Even with low household debt, auto loan delinquencies rise as more Americans buy cars they cannot afford.
One in 10 drivers has lied on an auto insurance application, says NerdWallet. Here's why that's a bad move.
Nearly 40 percent of drivers haven't recently shopped for auto insurance. They could be missing out on hundreds or even thousands of dollars in savings.
Fidelity has started mutual funds designed for older investors who make required minimum distributions from their retirement accounts.
Easy money: You're renting out your home to vacationing families. Here's how to do it.
Consumers are expected to spend $98.02 billion on summer travel. Should you add travel insurance?
Don't be so quick to spend those Powerball lottery winnings. You won't walk away with as much as you think.
New investor protection rules are here for your retirement savings. Here's what they mean.
How healthy you are can affect your ability to save for retirement, how soon you retire, and your Social Security claiming strategy.
Forget Florida. People aren't moving away for their retirement and are looking for options closer to where they live. Here's what to know.
The average wedding guest spent $888 per celebration, according to The Knot. But that's not your only expense.
By the time you hear about a data breach, thieves have already tried to access your accounts and make unauthorized charges.
Don't be so quick to spend those Powerball lottery winnings. You won't walk away with as much as you expect.
Medical expenses are deterring people from seeking care — even if they have insurance. Here's how to deal.
Borrowers with good income and credit are refinancing their student debt at lower rates, but they may lose some consumer protections.
College students cough up $1,000 each in credit card fees and overdraft fees while at school, according to NerdWallet.
Nearly nine in 10 workers worry about health as they age. Yet few are taking steps to be healthier, which could be costly in retirement.
Health savings accounts, which offer tax advantages, can be used to pay for medical expenses now and in retirement.
WNBA president, Lisa Borders, opens up about how racial discrimination taught her a valuable lesson about success.
Filing for retirement benefits is not as simple as waiting as long as possible to claim. Understand the trade-offs for you and your spouse.
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