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Medicare does not cover most dental expenses, and they can really add up. The good news is, there are ways to save.
Many filers leave money on the table by not claiming all their credits and deductions. Here's what you should know before Tax Day.
Social Security benefit statements tell you what's coming your way, but their scope is limited.
Not everyone has a retirement savings plan awaiting them at work, but other options can be just as effective.
Having 10 times your salary saved for retirement by age 67 can be hard, but setting decade-by-decade goals can help you reach that figure.
More and more, people heading for retirement are renting homes instead of owning. Here's why.
Longer careers and increasing life expectancy are just a few of the factors revolutionizing later life.
Many states are working on free college programs, in hopes that greater access will translate into great success.
It usually takes consumers seven to 10 years to erase negative marks from their credit, according to Credit Karma.
Millennials—once poor savers—are perking up, especially when it comes to their retirement savings.
Millennials are ramping up retirement savings and putting more money into Roth IRA accounts, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
Boomers are increasingly worried about having enough money to last through retirement. Here's why.
Investors are ramping up their annual contributions to their IRAs, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson. CNBC's Eric Chemi, and Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, discuss.
How unknown fees on investment accounts could be taking a huge bite out of your retirement, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson and Chris Carosa, Fiduciarynews.com.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson says some baby boomers are putting off retirement planning to provide support for their adult children.
How much do you need to retire? According to a new Legg Mason survey, the new magic number is $2.5 million. Insight, with Patricia Powell, Wealth Health.
There is bipartisan support for a White House plan to allow unemployed workers to draw from their 401(k)s. CNBC's Sharon Epperson outlines the idea, and the potential consequences.
A tax lien is one of the worst things that can appear on your credit report. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to remove it.
The Labor Department is readying new proposed rules on retirement investment advice, and the battle lines are being drawn.
The true value in "investing like Buffett" may not be achieved by trying to replicate the Berkshire portfolio.
Most student loans offer a six-month grace period before borrowers have to pay, though interest usually keeps accruing.
These extra travel expenses add up to hundreds of dollars.
Days before a big race, a Nascar team had its critical computer files held for ransom. Here's how you can protect yourself.