Among the chief arguments for buying long-term care insurance early is that you could, at any time, develop an illness that would disqualify you.
Indifference - or just plain ignorance - on Social Security can cost consumers plenty in retirement. Here's what you need to know.
To tap or not to tap? A certified financial planner looks at common scenarios when you might want to dip into an emergency fund - and how to do it.
When one of you makes more money, here's how to keep things such as power plays from impacting your bottom line - and your relationship.
Depending on the tax rates of you and your children, a traditional IRA may net a larger inheritance.
LearnVest asked people to share what they'd do with sudden infusions of cash, and then had a financial adviser analyze their windfall spending plans.
Despite a sharp decline in unemployment rates, young adults are reluctant to move from their parents' homes.
A reader wants to leave her money to her kids, but she's afraid they'll blow it. It's a common problem, and one without an ideal solution.
See if your state participates in the annual tax holiday, or if you need to plan a road trip to get in on the savings.
Two kids, five countries, $100,000 in loans. That's what the last two years have been like for the Thomases, who've learned many lessons as global nomads.
Your adult children shouldn't rely on you indefinitely for financial support. Here's how to wean them off your assistance without conflict.
Official estimates from 2013 show 32,000 Americans living in Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua and Belize. Why are so many pulling up stakes and heading south?