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A storm is brewing over retirement plans as the feds look out for consumers.
Worried about the future of Social Security? Your fears are not completely unfounded.
Whether you have cash to pay your bills in retirement is up to you.
If you plan to transition to retirement by taking a new job, be sure to think ahead.
See the simple way to determine if a cash value payout from a policy might be taxed.
Will job growth, inflation and other factors push the Fed closer to raising rates?
Is this house the one that you want? Oo-oo-oo, honey.
If you didn't file your 2011 taxes, you may be eligible for a tax refund. The IRS has refunds totaling $1 billion.
The AMT is a parallel tax system that snares fewer filers now. Here's what to know.
Low fuel prices lift profits for airlines, taxis and others. Shouldn't consumers benefit?
These financial blunders can make it more difficult - and expensive - to buy a first home.
You can save on food costs by buying in bulk, but be sure you can use what you buy.
If instant cash is more a desire than a need when considering a quick refund, consider these alternatives.
A vast fortune would be great for peace of mind in retirement, but it's not necessary for simply being happy.
When building your investment portfolio, you need to weigh the risk and the return.
From checked bags to extra legroom, here's our guide to charges levied by U.S. carriers.
Do you really want a prospective homebuyer to see your underwear on the floor?
Guess which way you should run when a "broker" charges "taxes" to sell a time share?
In the right situations, the pressure to compete can help you kick your most unfortunate habits.
Taking a loan against your portfolio can put your retirement at risk. Is it worth it?
Your job -- and specifically, your earning power -- is the greatest investment you have because it allows you to make investments, says Jean Chatzky.
Trading in a car every two years is rarely smart. But this option may be cost-effective.
The true cost of a flight can fly under the radar. Learn how to avoid add-on airline fees with these tips.
Your new car depreciated by how much? Here's why it's better to buy these models used.
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