Follow these steps to withdraw funds and use them for qualified education expenses.
Without careful planning, you can waste a lot of time and money relocating.
You can save money by waiting to make these purchases.
Even though the stock’s offering price is still unknown, a lot of the hype surrounding China’s leading e-commerce firm is justified.
John Roth, who runs Kip 25 member Fidelity New Millennium, is also chalking up solid numbers at Fidelity Mid-Cap Stock.
Over the long haul, Morningstar’s gold-rated funds have topped their indexes. Below are descriptions of three of the firm’s less-well-known selections.
A few proactive moves could save you money on your 2014 return.
Spending on food drops in retirement, not because retirees are eating less but because they have more time to shop and compare prices.
Acknowledging building workers' helpfulness is always appropriate and welcome. But should all residents pay the same amount?
There’s room for improvement compared to other teens across the globe, according to a new international study.
Our top picks get high scores in our annual rankings plus a Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
For steady, albeit modest, growth and above-average dividend yields, it's still hard to top utilities.
After looking at the downside risks, most companies will continue to offer their workers coverage.
After years of little or no income growth, wage gains are finally beginning to gather a bit of steam.
All those kids in their twenties and thirties who are living with their parents will eventually want their own homes.
We focus on college towns with robust arts and sports scenes.
If you really know a company's value, you can relax no matter how high the stock goes.
An increasing number of employers have grown skeptical of traditional credentials.
Many companies will raise your annual retirement contribution for you--no need to lift a finger.
It's good to see a long-term stock market bear concede that stocks are not overpriced.
More than 200 of you wrote in response to my question about how I should handle dividends in my Practical Investing portfolio.