If you're hunting for a job, you can increase your odds of success by looking in regions that are booming economically. Here are 10 towns with increasing housing and decreasing unemployment.
When some investments seem to be soaring, many people get excited -- and scammers target them. Beware of these scams.
Beware of surprisingly high interest rates and the sneaky practice of charging "deferred interest."
If you don't know what you're doing with Social Security, your benefit checks might end up 30% smaller -- or taxed.
There are many ways to invest for your future, but one has a far superior record of growth -- enough to turn annual $10,000 investments into more than $1 million.
There's good and bad news about Social Security and its future. The program won't run out of money anytime soon, but it could be changed in some ways and it could end up paying you a lot less than you expected.
Five of these jobs offer salaries near or above $100,000. Would any of them interest you?
Many of these facts and figures will surprise you -- and not understanding some of them can endanger your future financial security.
Don't retire until you can answers these critical questions well. You can save yourself many years of financial stress by having a good plan and executing it well.
Holiday spending is not only more costly than you probably expect -- it can also be costly in other ways that can hurt you financially.
Most vow-makers fail at their resolutions, but here are some strategies that can help you succeed.
Don't put off starting to collect Social Security just because you'll get bigger checks. There are some solid reasons to start receiving your benefits on time -- or even earlier.
When you buy a home, go with the mortgage that serves you best, and you may save many thousands of dollars.
Would you believe some big credit limits exceed $50,000?
Your credit card can be a lifesaver if it helps you avoid losing lots of money.
Would you believe there are credit card offers available sometimes that give you 125,000 points soon after you sign up?
In some metro regions, the median price of a home is $900,000 or more! You'll need a very hefty income. Here are some strategies to help -- and also some regions where buying a home is far easier.
If you fail to take a required minimum distribution from your retirement account of, say, $8,000, you could be taxed a whopping $4,000! Learn more about RMDs and the rules you need to follow.
Retirement doesn't have to be a time of fixed income. Much of your future income is under your control, and there are ways you can increase it.
Some credit cards will serve you much better than others, offering hundreds of dollars in cash back, bonus points, travel and dining discounts, and more. Here are nine contenders for your consideration.