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The holidays are bringing numerous offers for deferred interest credit cards. They may be tempting, but many come with a big catch.
Since setting a budget during the holidays can be difficult, we provide savvy shoppers with a game plan. USA Today reports.
People are often confused about retirement, especially about their financial aspects. These are the top 5 myths clarified.
It may not be exactly the spirit of Christmas, but millennials are spending less on others and more on themselves than ever before.
The type of car you buy can have a big impact on your car insurance rate, even if your driving record is spotless.
Whether to insure your smartphone depends on your level of risk tolerance — and tendency toward mishaps.
Is your 70th birthday coming up? If you’re getting ready to take your “required minimum distribution” here’s what you need to know.
The deficit racked up by the federal agency that insures pensions was the widest in the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp's history.
According to HR experts, how much you make is not out of your hands — that's just one of the common misconceptions about compensation.
Those who consider themselves middle class say health-care costs, home prices and credit card debt are keeping them from achieving financial security.
How to start a myRA account, and why it's a right or wrong idea for you retirement plan, with Scott Hanson, Hanson McClain Advisors, and Jeffrey Levine, Ed Slott and Company.
It’s open enrollment season and many Americans are considering HSAs. Here’s what you need to know.
Nearly 90 percent of seniors are confident they can protect themselves from financial abuse. Their families and friends aren't so sure.
Millennials think they know a lot about their credit score. Here's what they're missing.
The social savings program, BoostUp, helps millennials save for down payments on items through dollar matches. USA Today reports.
Although the majority of millennials said they need life insurance, only 11 percent said they're likely to buy it.
After the Credit CARD Act, the number of college kids getting cards has dropped. But credit cards are a good way to build credit if you do it right.
Millennials invest less in the stock market than baby boomers do — and when they do, they're favoring very different stocks.
Investors are putting more money into lower-cost passive funds. But research shows they're still losing plenty to fees.
Get ready for some big changes to Social Security. Two popular claiming strategies are coming to an end. Here's what you need to know.