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You may miss out on ways to collect or even increase your benefits if you don't know the ins and outs of Social Security rules.
More parents are borrowing loans for their children's education, and then struggling to repay the debt.
More than half of employed Americans confess to shopping while on the clock, spending more than an hour on the internet a day.
Elliot Weissbluth of Hightower and Tom Stringfellow of Frost Investment Advisors caution investors the real cause for concern is not whether a bear market is imminent, but whether they're staying the course and availing themselves of advice.
Online mortgage calculators are free and easy to use, yet many fall short of giving all the information you need to estimate your payment.
The clock is about to run out on making changes to your health plan.
Research from American Addiction Centers shows just how much your addiction could cost you, and the numbers may inspire you to quit.
If you're sneaking cash payments to your nanny in 2018, you can expect to miss out on this $1,050 tax credit. How to clean up your books and get a break, as well.
Millennial financial advisor Paul Ruedi believes young investors have enough time to focus all their long-term investment activity in equities, and puts his own money where his mouth is by being 100 percent in stocks.
With the right kind of planning, you can pass your retirement nest egg to younger generations. Just be sure to avoid these tax hiccups.
Dec. 31 is a key deadline if you want to shore up your savings and lower your tax bill for 2018.
How to cope with sparse retirement savings when you hit your 50s and beyond
Only about half of consumers have a home inventory detailing their possessions. Not making one could be an expensive miss if there's a disaster or theft. Here's how to tackle the task.
It's not always clear who you should tip for the holidays — and how much.
The Education Department will not release the student debt and earnings information of certain schools and programs.
Living with your parents might save on rent, but you'll pay more for auto insurance.
Watch out for these common moves, which can drag down your credit score.
When it comes to your retirement savings plan, doing nothing can backfire.
These steps can help you make sure this week's volatility doesn't cause your investment portfolio to slide off track.
Before the calendar flips to 2019 and the threshold for the deduction rises, you might be able to take these steps and still get the write-off.