Experts estimate that 33% of benefactors have negative savings within two years of inheriting wealth.
Proven strategies can help ensure you don’t run out of retirement savings during your golden years.
Read this before withdrawing from retirement accounts. Doing so in the wrong order could drain your savings much faster.
Hiring the wrong financial advisor can wreak havoc on your investments, erase years of savings and ruin your retirement.
Crude oil and gasoline futures prices jumped last week because of several national and international events.
Gas prices are dropping again after a surprise increase last week, according to AAA.
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If the economy is so great and unemployment is so low, why do so many Americans live paycheck to paycheck? And why don't we seem to care?
Down payment savings time has increased in most markets.
Tax filing season is upon us. Soon you will be filing your paperwork and perhaps receiving a nice check — unless thieves file a return in your name first and falsely claim your refund.
The holidays are upon us. For those of us feeling a financial pinch, this can be a time of stress and worry rather than one of happiness and caring.
Since student debt draws money away from other savings and investment opportunities, the long-term effect on net worth can be devastating
What are some of the best ways to take advantage of Cyber Monday?
Are you entering the holiday season short of cash? You may want to consider a seasonal job.
What brightens up your holiday shopping season? Saving money.
What does Black Friday protection mean to you? Maybe it's helmets and elbow pads as you battle your fellow consumers for doorbuster deals. Maybe it's protecting your space in line.
Savvy shoppers save hundreds or even thousands of dollars on this single day.
Want to save money on textbooks? A new subscription-based service is trying to address the pain point, but there are a few ways to cut costs.
Personal finance writer Michael Timmermann says he saved over $1,000 by holding off on extra purchases and holding onto his receipts instead. Here’s how.
If your summer weekends are filling up with weddings, these tips from Jen Glantz will help keep your bank account and sanity in tact.
Here are steps experts laid out to help improve your score and get back on the right borrowing track.
The IRS reported nearly 112 million refunds were issued last year, with an average refund of $2,895. The only way to find out your piece of the refund pie is to crunch your tax numbers.
If you lend your credit card to a friend in financial need, trying to be helpful, there's a decent chance that you'll end up with increased debt and possibly an ex-friend.
In many facets of life, experience is the best instructor. So, MoneyTips asked retirees for advice to give to people planning their future retirement.
Retiring without the worry of running out of money is a major goal for many of us. But what is the best way to ensure that you never run out of money in retirement?
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What's the best way to pay down credit card debt?
When should you claim your Social Security benefits?
Millions of Americans choose to supplement their Original Medicare benefits with additional coverage that helps to cover the gaps.
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Early Birds Should Be Careful Have you been waiting patiently to file your taxes? If so, you're in luck.
Troopers said the 28-year-old woman was walking in the path of oncoming traffic on Joel Boulevard when a pickup struck her.
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