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These accounts offer triple tax advantages and could help you cover medical expenses in retirement if you use them as investments. Here's how they work.
Forecasters expect Tropical Storm Cindy to approach Louisiana and Texas soon. Travelers may want to start working on alternate plans.
Siblings say most of their money fights stem from unfair financial treatment from Mom and Dad. Here's how to head off problems.
If you're using plastic to finance your getaway, you're racking up an average of $1,108 for a little rest and relaxation.
Nearly 1 in 5 workers admits to having taken someone else's food from the work fridge. How to handle an office thief.
Whether you choose the beach or the mountains, don't forget state and local levies as you decide where to spend your golden years.
Tropical Storm Cindy has formed in the Gulf of Mexico. Travelers may want to start working on alternate plans.
Nearly one-third of those ages 53 to 62 said they had no money saved for a rainy day, according to Bankrate.com.
Workers, on average, use only half of their time off, but it varies depending on the corporate culture in different parts of the country.
The average American household spends more than $4,000 each year on food. If Amazon buys Whole Foods, analysts expect those costs to drop.
If you're going to offer less than the standard down payment on a home, it pays to figure out the best financing deal.
Your 2016 tax return is treasure trove of money saving opportunities. Here's how to mine it.
Fathers have enormous influence over the financial habits of their children. Here's how you can educate your kids about personal finance.
Changing careers may lead to lower pay initially, but can boost your prospects over time. Here's how to make the move work for you.
The University of Michigan will offer a tuition-free education for families earning less than $65,000. Here are other states with low costs.
A rabbi took an unlikely career path to selling mortages, N.Y. Times reports.
Consumers may have more leverage in the used car market this summer, but that's not the only avenue to trim your bills.
If eliminating a car or reducing the number of vehicles in your household appeals to you, here's what to consider.
Financial firms' policies and protections related to elder financial abuse vary. How to plan so your advisor is another line of defense.
Debt relief firms may not be your best bet for help with student loans.
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