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Older Americans are being taken advantage of by telemarketers, investment professionals or even family.
Don't get too excited about the big Mega Millions jackpot. Taxes take a bigger bite out of winnings than you'd expect.
Disclaiming an inheritance may be a smart financial move. Here's why and how to avoid some pitfalls.
A stronger dollar may make travel to the U.K. more affordable. How to save on airfare, hotel and more.
Getting fired for getting old is a problem that's only going to get worse as the workforce ages.
These volatile times have been a boon for super-safe bonds, and that’s good news for borrowers.
Employees continue to sue their employers due costly retirement plans. Are the fees in your 401(k) too high?
It's the most popular time of year to move and that means millennials are packing their bags.
In today's world we're always on the go, that's why it's time to use the smartphone that always in your hand to manage your money.
If you've built a small business and are starting to think about retiring or cashing out, now may be a good time to sell.
It's scary for investors, especially those just years away from retirement, when the market swoons. Here's how to stay in the game.
This Independence Day is the perfect opportunity for millennials to cut the proverbial financial cord.
Divorced retirees may be able to up their monthly Social Security checks if they can claim higher benefits off a former spouse instead.
Watching a portion of your investment account get wiped away after the surprising Brexit vote does come with a possible silver lining.
Financial advisors and advocates say it is a welcome step for families who have been waiting for years for these 529-like savings plans.
Waiting to start saving for retirement could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in retirement savings.
Among other advantages, working parents can save more than $2,000 in taxes when their kids are enrolled in summer day camp.
For many, summer is less about lounging by the pool and more about picking up a part-time gig. Here are the season’s best jobs.
Americans' overuse of credit cards on their vacations adds up to about $2.7 billion in interest and fees, a survey says.
Many Americans are ill-prepared for a sudden expense. In fact, 66 million adults have no money saved for an emergency, according to Bankrate.com.
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