More Americans are renters now than at any time in the past 50 years. Debt and rising housing prices are some of the reasons. » Read More
Depending on how—and how much—you plan to use them, you may be better off renting, or sharing, big-ticket items from boats and cars to power tools.
Some states' residents are better at preparing for retirement than others. Is your state among the least ready?
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Families in these states don't have enough liquid assets to survive three months in poverty according to the Assets and Opportunity Scorecard.
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On an evolutionary basis, cognitive biases are great. But they can cost you money and lead to poor investing decisions if you're not paying attention.
All IRA owners will want to know about these new IRA rules before planning their estate or transferring money between IRAs.
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Following are a few ideas for how to make a million after age 70.
In considering innocent-spouse relief, the IRS takes spousal abuse into account.
There's an easy way to get your phone returned and keep it secure: Add emergency contact information to your lock screen.
Following are nine rules for creating a financial plan that addresses the challenges women face.
Will your retirement destiny be a scene from an absurdist play, or ripped from the pages of "Dream Retirement Weekly"?
Whether low-risk investments make sense depends on your time horizon, risk tolerance and personal financial situation.
The key here is reporting the amount moved and the amount that's taxable. With direct rollovers, these are two dramatically different figures.
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This list from Bankrate should help you answer these questions, as well as give you specific gratuity guidelines.
If you earn too much, your benefits might be taxed -- or even reduced. Follow these tips.
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