Has your teen ever overdrawn a checking account, gotten a speeding ticket or charged too much on credit?
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If you don't buy health insurance through work, this is an important time of year for you. "Health insurance marketplaces" are poised for open enrollment for individual and family health plans... Read more »
Some people are not cut out to be homeowners. I call them NOHOs. What distinguishes them is not their income, their mobility, or where they live — rather, it is how they live. Read more »
Even though our emotions are delicate and vulnerable, we can hack them and make them more practical and productive for our lives. Here's how I use negative financial feelings to my advantage. Read more »
There is no shortage of retirement advice and products today. But according to some finance professionals, all that incoming information isn't necessarily a good thing. Read more »
Financial planning often involves lots of spreadsheets, pie charts and eyes glazing over. Read more »
I have often found that good manners and a little common courtesy go a long way toward resolving difficult situations, whether at work or at home. Here are some office etiquette tips to help get... Read more »
Many non-organic fruits and vegetables are grown with significantly lower pesticide loads than others, which suggests some organic fruits and vegetables may not be worth those steep price premiums. Read more »
Grammy nominated singer Shanice and actor Flex Anderson had family, fortune and fame, but it all crumbled when police evicted them in 2010. Read more »
As retirement approaches, the importance of such tools as pension plans, savings accounts and Social Security sets in. Whether you have two months or 20 years before your final day at the office,... Read more »
Some people fail at retirement savings because they don't create a plan. Others, however, fail because their plan simply isn't up to par. Read more »
Quite a few parents choose to stay home because their entire salary would go to daycare if they went back to work full time after the birth of their child. Have you thought about starting your own... Read more »
Ninety-two percent of Americans fear running out of money. However, fear does not have to be a paralyzing or defeating force. It can be the motivation that drives people to successfully address... Read more »
The home of your dreams may be a nightmare to insure if it's built in a disaster-prone area, is above a certain age or has a checkered claims history. Read more »
Anton Ivanov is a 27-year-old Russian immigrant. His family was not wealthy, and he’s not a celebrity, investment banker or the next Mark Zuckerberg. But he’s a millionaire. Read more »
Coupon clipping is all well and good, but it’s usually the big purchases that make the biggest financial dent in the long run. So what expensive things are you purchasing poorly? Well, maybe... Read more »
Traders with nicknames like the "Three Musketeers" and the "A-Team" plotted over Internet chat rooms to manipulate currency markets for years, profiting at the expense of clients — and then... Read more »
In a recent survey, 78 percent of female respondents reported that they had never heard a successful man talk about the difficulty of having a career and a family. So why aren't more men making... Read more »
What financial planning would you do if you could spare 60 minutes in your day? That was the question Fidelity Investments posed to women (as well as men) in a survey in October. Read more »
For many of us, the run up to the holiday season is our highest-spending period of the year, and our credit cards take on a new importance. Here are some hints for trouble-free shopping. Read more »
There's some good news on the retirement savings front. Read more »
Not only do better grades in school help you down the line, but a bad grade in college could cost you tens of thousands of dollars. Read more »
U.S. consumers increased their borrowing in September with gains in credit card debt and auto and student loans. Read more »
It’s not all that surprising that, according to Gallup, Americans' No. 1 worry is whether or not they’ll be able to afford retirement. But that doesn’t mean we should all just... Read more »
If you’re expecting a new grandchild, you might want to think about starting a 529 plan. Read more »
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