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Keeping close watch on your credit can have a positive impact on your spending, love life and overall sense of self.
Even if you’re not in the bridal party, it can cost nearly $1,000 to attend a wedding. Here’s how to save.
When you lose a spouse, it doesn’t have to result in financial free fall. Here are five tips to help you maintain control of your money.
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Disclaiming an inheritance may be a smart financial move. Here’s why and how to avoid some pitfalls.
Divorced retirees may be able to up their monthly Social Security checks if they can claim higher benefits off a former spouse instead.
Lackluster portfolio performance is a top reason investors switch financial advisors, along with poor communication and bad advice.
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Elder financial abuse is a growing concern among seniors and their adult children. Here’s how you can protect them.
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Digging into retirement funds early will wreak havoc on your retirement, thanks to missed compound interest and hefty fees.
From appliances to electronics, there seems to be an extended warranty for everything. Are they worth the money?
A new survey from TD Ameritrade finds that most people say they would save or invest a cash windfall.