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Baby boomers should focus on smaller items to save on monthly expenses, according to the director of banking and finance with AARP's Public Policy Institute.
Baby boomers and millennials are capping growth in the world’s biggest economy, Standard & Poor’s said on Wednesday.
Drew Rosenhaus, NFL Agent and Rosenhaus Sports Representation CEO, discusses the news that Peyton Manning has announced his retirement as the highest grossing NFL player of all time.
Apps like Tinder help you hook up, and now a slew of new divorce offerings help you split up.
Encore careers can be highly satisfying, but retirees must do it for the right reasons ... and avoid some major mistakes.
Bankrate examined a number of measures to determine its latest ranking of the best and worst states for retirees.
New research finds that a high percentage of advisors fired for misconduct by financial firms get another job in the industry.
Kathleen Murphy, President of Personal Investing at Fidelity, discusses sentiment among investors regarding stocks and saving for retirement.
Doing your taxes is rarely fun. CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has five tips that will jump-start the process.
Need help with filing taxes? CNBC’s Sharon Epperson breaks down the best way to avoid getting trapped in tax hell and reveals the path to tax heaven.
A report found that 46 percent of tax software websites in an IRS program don't follow best practices for security and consumer protection.
Millions of Americans struggle to save in their 401(k)s, but there's a hidden danger: having too much in the accounts.
Medicare does not cover most dental expenses, and they can really add up. The good news is, there are ways to save.
Dental care for adults is one of the most common exclusions from health insurance plans and Medicare. Tips on how to cut costs.
On average, men retire at 64 and women at 62, so 50-somethings who are falling short must get serious about growing their nest eggs.
A new proposal calls for a universal insurance program to help finance long-term care support and services for the elderly.
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