Some credit cards will pay you hundreds of dollars, while others can cost you that much or more, with fees and steep interest. Here's how to find the best ones.
If you don't know what you're doing, you might end up collecting a lot less money from Social Security than you otherwise could have. Here are several critical things to know.
The "4% rule" is extremely handy and can help you figure out how much to save for retirement -- but it could also be dangerous, if you're not aware of its shortcomings.
Don't settle for a fixed income in retirement when you can employ some strategies that will put hundreds or thousands of dollars more in your pocket each year.
Rely solely on your spouse's credit card accounts at your own peril. It's smarter and safer to have at least a card or two in your own name.
There's a good chance you already have rental car coverage from existing policies or credit cards -- but in some situations, buying the insurance makes sense.
There may be more good reasons to retire than you realized, and you may be able to afford an early retirement, too -- here's how.
The best-looking credit cards are beautiful inside and out. Passing up the flashy cards that aren't worth it, you can find stylish cards that offer general cash back, special travel perks, and more.
Yes, delaying starting to collect Social Security checks will make them bigger. But there are actually a bunch of excellent reasons to not delay and to start cashing in at age 62.
Know the rules -- because in many cases, you might be responsible for your ex-spouse's debts. Fortunately, there are some ways to decrease headaches and hassles.
The credit cards with the best features for you offer rewards worth hundreds or thousands of dollars -- among many other great benefits, such as travel perks. (Upgraded rooms and free nights, anyone?)
You might be surprised by what you can -- and shouldn't -- charge.
These facts and figures will likely impress you -- or depress you. See how far your retirement savings might take you and how you can beef up your nest egg.
One silver lining of getting older is that you can save more money than ever on your tax bill. Here are seven tax facts that retirees and others should know about.
A bad credit score can cost you tens of thousands of dollars, so learn what not to do so that your score doesn't get whacked. Better still, learn how to boost your score and save even more.
Don't leave hundreds or thousands of dollars on the table -- choose and use credit cards that can save you up to 5% on your online shopping.
A little planning and action today can make your retirement far more comfortable and enjoyable. Be sure you know these three critical retirement rules.
The more you know about Social Security, the more you might receive from it -- and wouldn't you like to receive as much as possible?
Don't leave your retirement to chance. Here are some things you can do to make your financial future more secure.
If you're savvy about credit cards and spend a lot at grocery stores, you'll review card offers to see which give you the most rewards and charge the fewest fees. Your household could get a lot of cash back each month.