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Prosper in this volatile market (or any other) by focusing on fundamentals.
We pay more for health care than any other nation, averaging nearly $10,800 per person per year.
The 2020 count will determine everything from congressional districts in your state to funds for roads and bridges.
More than 3 billion Yahoo account holders were affected by the data hacks, which occurred between 2012 and 2016. And a $117.5 million settlement has been proposed.
It’s unlikely we’ll follow Europe and Japan, but interest rates will stay low for a while.
Travel delays and other mishaps will become less aggravating for fliers in Canada and the European Union.
Lenders are making it easier to get loans, but a repeat of the housing crisis isn’t in the cards.
A new pact will reduce but not eliminate incessant phone calls.
There are cheaper alternatives than what's offered by the rental agency. Cobbling together sufficient coverage is hard, but could save you a lot in the end.
A global fund provides exposure to U.S. and foreign stocks, including shares of companies in emerging markets.
By beginning to invest in a Roth IRA at an early age, today’s teens can become tomorrow’s millionaires.
David Kelly, Liz Ann Sonders, Sarah Ketterer and others give their guidance on dealing with this choppy market.
If Wall Street’s got you queasy, here are five things you can do to help make sure you’ll be OK."
Although these are flush times for eating out, success for restaurants can still be elusive. The tight labor market has hit them especially hard.
Funds that go against the flow have struggled lately but are due for a turnaround.
Things move fast today. These six firms have fought off paradigm-shifting challenges.
The prospects are good for corporate bonds, real estate investment trusts and utilities.
Jeffrey Gundlach says DoubleLine Total Return Bond has done well so far, but falling rates are causing slight bumps in the road.
This young fund has bet big on tech and industrial companies.
You may have more health insurance options. But you’ll need to work harder to find the one that’s right for you.
Choosing the right insurance policy is key to managing higher deductibles and co-pays.
Beneficiaries can shop for new health coverage starting October 15. Find out what's new and perhaps less costly for the coming year.
They’re put off by aggressive sales tactics and excessive jargon.
The convenience can come at a steep cost. But there are options.
You must start taking required minimum distributions from your IRA at age 70½. But you can reduce the tax bill.
You can adapt the Financial Independence, Retire Early movement to fit your lifestyle.
Credit newbies can take advantage of both tried-and-true methods and new alternatives.
You shouldn’t tap your retirement plan until you’ve exhausted other sources of funds.
What started as a plain-vanilla fund concept now comes in many flavors.
DNA testing offers insights into your family tree, but watch out for unintended consequences.
It’s not easy, and you will never get back what you paid for it.
If the taxes on your property have skyrocketed, take these potentially money-saving actions.