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Repaying loans early will reduce how much interest you're paying overall, potentially saving you thousands. It will also establish good financial habits before real life hits.
Few cardholders ask their credit card issuer for fee waivers, a lower interest rate or a bigger credit limit, despite good chances of success.
With competition fierce for smaller and less-expensive homes, many retirees are surprised that downsizing would cost more than they anticipated.
People can now use 529 plans to save not just for college, but for K-12 private school expenses as well. But fewer than 1 in 5 parents plan to do so.
Trim your income tax bill and give your ex a jump start on retirement savings by transferring an IRA.
Although most American households have a pet, a majority do not have enough in savings to cover an average pet emergency.
Anyone earning self-employment income is expected to make an estimated quarterly tax payment by Friday.
Nights alone at a hotel. Hours spent in an airport. Missing your family. A new study looks at the mental wear and tear of frequent business travel.
Your friends aren't the only ones enjoying your social media feed. Burglars are keeping an eye out for vacation photos and watching for an ideal time to break in. Here's how to protect yourself.
Even if you've gone through the trouble of hiring a lawyer to draft your estate plan, it may all be for naught if you fail to address family tensions. Here's how even the best plans can fail.
If you are worried about what the increase in the federal funds rate means to your credit card bill, mortgage and other loans, here's what to expect.
Amazon has reportedly discussed offering home insurance, but benefits to consumers are unclear
Paying off debt is the most common reason Americans tap their retirement funds early, according to a recent report.
Head off out-of-network charges before they start by asking your doctors the right questions. Carolyn McClanahan, director of financial planning at Life Planning Partners, explains how to become an empowered patient.
Phone scammers are spoofing numbers to make them look familiar to you. You're more likely to pick up and trust the person on the other end.