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Moving to a college town for retirement can give you access to concerts, interesting lectures and sports.
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Regulatory and trade risks mean investors must tread carefully.
New retirement plan options seek to improve on standard target-date funds.
Before you start using your 529 plan to pay private-school tuition, check with your state’s plan.
Unexpected charges are on the rise as insurers shrink their provider networks.
Get more points by signing up for reward-program partnerships.
Some states are providing a savings option for workers without an employer-sponsored plan.
You don’t need to pay a company to protect you from criminals who put their names on your home title. You can protect yourself for free with these steps.
Many credit cards offer travel insurance as a perk, but the limited coverage may not be adequate if you are taking an expensive trip.
The higher interest rates offered by online banks sure are tempting, but do your research first.
Part defense, part offense and all bargain, health care stocks should thrive.
The Dow seems to prove that a reasonably diversified portfolio of 30 stocks will perform close to the broad market.
These managers have stellar track records, delivering strong gains in weak categories.
Few stock-fund managers match the S&P 500, but most fixed-income managers beat their index.
The average yield for the favored 15 is 3.7%, exceeding both the S&P 500 and the bellwether 10-year Treasury note.
This new-ish international fund continues Grandeur Peak’s winning ways.
Mairs & Power Growth favors firms that are headquartered in the upper Midwest, on the theory that proximity gives them an edge.
We’ve identified the banks and credit unions that offer the best combination of high rates, low fees and a customer-friendly focus.
Here are six signs that the relationship with your financial professional is not working.
Some Chase credit card holders will have a binding arbitration clause added to their card agreement. Here's what you need to know.
These college towns aren't just for students. Along with a mix of classes, culture and community, they offer first-class healht care and modest taxes.
Before buying in a new place, rent for at least one year, or one season, to see if you like it.
The best returns come from time in the market, not timing the market.
Pay off debt with the highest interest first, stick to a schedule and automate payments.
With falling costs and hefty tax credits for solar systems, more homeowners are harnessing the sun to save money.