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Now is the time to dial back on risk and protect your bull market gains.
We explore the hot FIRE movement and its leader, Mr. Money Mustache, and discover that being mustachian fits well with the financial philosophies we’ve been espousing for decades.
Regardless of the results of the election, an end to the uncertainty is likely to be a plus for your portfolio.
The bull market helped boost balances, but these workers also save more and avoid borrowing against their savings.
Requiring companies to post results too often may discourage long-term investment, but requiring them to report too little can leave investors in the dark for too long.
The change is designed to help ensure that mobile banking app users aren’t able to deposit a check online and then again at a brick-and-mortar bank.
Travelers can score deep discounts or cash back on hotel rooms.
My favorite reform would be making the repayment of all student loans proportional to the borrower’s future earnings.
JPMorgan Chase drops some stock and ETF commissions.
Successful savers have prospered by living below their means. Frugality often becomes a preference—sometimes to an excessive degree.
Ariel Investments’ John Rogers, a deep believer in the power of value stocks, says “It’s fun to be different,” he says. It’s been profitable, too.
Broach the subject of what assistance your parents will expect from you as they age while they’re still active and healthy.
These are the three steps to investing success: start soon, start small and keep it simple.
Use our strategies during open enrollment to get the best coverage at the best price.
The Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) movement is catching on with a new generation that is redefining what it means to be retired.
If you haven't been in contact with your investment firm, your state may be quicker to seize your account as abandoned property.
Whether you stay with your current insurer or switch, you can lower your rate without sacrificing coverage.
You may want to be generous with your credits, but the carriers have other ideas. Transfers are pricey (and limited).
Currency woes and runaway inflation in some countries mask long-term opportunities.
For the first time in years, cash accounts are competitive with yields on many classes of bonds and blue-chip stocks.
Newly inducted to the collection of our favorite no-load mutual funds, Wasatch Small Cap Value scoops up high-quality picks when their prices dip.
This Sit Tax-Free Income looks for undervalued corners of the muni market.
If you’re planning to head south to escape winter, proper preparation will avoid a lot of woe.
New home security systems are affordable, versatile and easy to install.
Test your knowledge of the darker side of stocks.