If you're looking to buy in one of these four overheated markets, you may want to act fast — or reconsider buying at all.
Health Savings Accounts and Flexible Savings Accounts are a great way to pay for health care, but if you wait too long to spend it, it may be lost.
Most experts agree you should "never" borrow from your retirement accounts, with a few exceptions, such as these.
Retirees can stretch their pensions (and their imaginations) by retiring overseas. Consider these affordable locales and start planning now!
Investing early and often is smart money management — usually. Avoid these common mistakes and you'll keep your portfolio safe and growing.
You know a 529 Savings Plan is for your children's college expenses, but with some creative thinking, it can be so much more.
When the going gets tough, the tough get frugal. Stick to those frugal habits when finances brighten, and you'll save even more.
A home inventory can help you recover from a disaster — or it can be the first step toward decluttering. Make yours before it's too late.
Gas prices are at their lowest levels in years. Are you taking advantage?
Dig out those old savings bonds, find out what they're worth, and teach your bonds to do more than reliably collect interest.
You don't have to make life-altering changes to see big results. Start with one or two of these small money resolutions and grow from there!
This year, resolve to spend less and save more. Go for one or more of these easy-to-reach goals!
It's the season for giving — and for grabbing a few more tax deductions. Here are some easy things to donate before the end of year.
The easiest way to pay less is to find a roommate, which isn't always terrific. But if you know where to look (and what to ask), you can live solo.
Personal finance while jogging? With apps that make managing money easier than ever, fitness time can also be personal finance time.
FICO has a new formula for determining credit scores, and it should help borrowers. Find out how it might help you, too.
There's nothing wrong with making New Year's money resolutions — the fresh start effect can jump start good habits. Just don't make any of these.
The true story of one motivated couple who stopped spending separately, got on the same financial page, and dug themselves out of debt, one bill at a time.
Your commute may seem like a waste of time, but it may actually be the best time to optimize your finances — even if you're behind the wheel.
Even small investors can profit from the thawing of relations between the United States and Cuba. Here are five investments to consider.
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