If Social Security is your primary post-retirement income, it may be time to move. Maybe to one of these five low-cost U.S. cities.
Scoping out a new, better paying job out of state? Beware of these factors that could cost you.
With retirement just five years away, you can't afford not to make these smart financial moves.
You don't have to give up lifetime financial goals to live the life of an expat. Take your frugal living skills along for the journey, and save big.
Those nearing retirement are often advised to downsize — often to another, cheaper state. That's smart, as long as you avoid these 10 states.
You don't have to live in a van by the river to cut your housing costs dramatically — instead, consider some nontraditional abodes, like these.
Help your retirement funds go twice as far by retiring in one of these beautiful locales abroad. They're almost too cheap to be true!
Personal finance is best handled with numbers — accurate numbers. These great online calculators have you covered, no math skills required.
Is rent control your secret weapon to a coveted, affordable apartment in the country’s most expensive cities? The rules are tricky, but maybe!
Life on the road has many upsides, but you might be surprised to learn that not having an address can save you money.
You don't have to make it there to make it somewhere. Enjoy big city living without the big city cost in these five medium-sized metropolises.
You made it! Now how exactly can you enjoy your retirement without worrying about your savings? Follow these rules of thumb.
Why deal with burdensome taxes in your golden years? Make one of these tax-lenient states your new home base in retirement.
Unless you've got an extra deep retirement fund (and no allergies), you should probably cross these potential retirement locales off your list.
Ready to drastically cut your spending? Learn what it's like from these folks who challenged themselves to buy nothing for a month — or longer.
Cost of living is an important consideration when moving to a new location. Nevertheless, there are many false assumptions regarding the cost of living differences.
According to the Institute for Policy Studies, in 1980, American CEOs earned over 40 times more per year than the average American worker. Today, the average American CEO from a
If you have a budget--more specifically, if you track your spending--you have the data you need to track changes in your own personal cost of living. That's a lot more useful
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