Once you marry, your tax life -- deductions, tax brackets, and more -- will change. Here's the scoop.
Investing in stocks and bonds is easier than you might think. Here's how to get started and some investment strategies to consider.
Thieves are after our current or future Social Security benefits. Here's a way to deter them and reduce your chances of being scammed.
The best 401(k) plans will help you become financially secure faster, and may even push you into millionaire territory. Here are the signs of a good 401(k) plan -- and how to make the most of yours.
You have more control over your ultimate Social Security benefits than you might think. Here's how to get the most out of the program.
Get the details on the various types of brokerage accounts that let you sell stocks, mutual funds, and ETFs, and learn how to choose one that suits your needs.
Knowing some of these numbers can help you collect fatter checks in retirement.
Probably safer than you think -- but without some changes, it may end up paying you less than you expect.
If you know the answers to these questions, you'll likely make smart, money-saving, health-boosting Medicare decisions.
It can be challenging surviving in retirement on a fixed or limited income. Fortunately, there are strategies to employ now or later that can beef up your future income.
Don't just save for retirement and hope for the best. Here's a way to keep income flowing later in life.
Make sure you've got the proportion of stocks and bonds in your portfolio that will serve you best.
Some of these strategies might leave you with hundreds or thousands more in your pocket -- or simply keep you afloat.
Act on a few -- or all -- of these ideas and you may be able to lop hundreds of dollars off your insurance costs per year.
If you know how to work effectively with your tax pro, he or she may be able to save you even more money.
You won't believe how much you'd pay in interest on your mortgage if rates were much higher.
Young people aren't alone in operating under dangerous misconceptions regarding retirement. Set yourself straight.
Yes, there are new Medicare cards coming. But no, you don't have to pay for them. Some other claims are scams, too.
No matter how old you are, there are steps you can take now that can save you thousands of dollars and position you for a more comfortable retirement.
Reading up on Social Security may not be exciting, but it can prove very profitable.