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As you start your first job, retirement can seem very far away. But establishing good financial habits now will benefit your career - and your retirement.
Seventy percent of Americans don't make financial plans beyond a year and that upsets financial advisers, but the overall lack of saving is also unhealthy.
Workers on the verge of retirement are lacking knowledge about Social Security that could help them increase their retirement payments.
Relying blindly on some financial rules of thumb can be a costly mistake. Here are five you should watch out for as you make your next big financial move.
When you are in debt, it can be very overwhelming. But you don't have to give up the simple pleasures of life to reduce the amount you owe.
When it comes to real frights at night, financial hobgoblins scare Americans the most. Here's what's got some of us pacing the floor at 3 a.m.
Fixing up an old house and handling routine home maintenance requires a constant trade-off between time and money.