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If you just signed up for Medicare, you may be surprised to discover you are paying a much higher monthly premium than others.
Heart disease, cancer, arthritis, and diabetes are all examples of chronic illnesses. One out of every two Americans has some type of a chronic condition. While this can be a physical and mental challenge, it can also have a financial impact.
Humor can be the best teacher! Have you ever considered the life lessons portrayed in a Seinfeld episode? Many can be applied to investing.
If you are over 70 ½, read this article! The Internal Revenue Service requires you to withdraw a minimum amount each year from your retirement accounts. If you don’t need the money, you have options that can reduce your taxes either this year or in the future.
With the cost of college increasing; students acquiring significant debt; and the sluggish job market, is it worth getting a college degree?
Twins stretch couple's $110,000 income thin
All it takes is 15% of your gross income to make a huge impact on your standard of living and choices during retirement.
What an exciting time of year! Graduates are coming down the stretch headed for the real world and horse enthusiasts are hoping that Kentucky Derby winner, Orb, brings home the Triple Crown.
As you sign up for your 2013 employee benefits, be sure to take advantage of the Health Savings Account or Medical Flexible Spending Account.
Not many people equate George Costanza from Seinfeld with smart decisions. However, sometimes the smartest people in the room are those that know their own limitations.
Men seem more confident in their investing, but do they make more money? Who is better suited to react to the ups and downs of the market?
Connie got taken by a shyster after her husband died. The supposed "financial advisor" sold her inappropriate investments, while collecting over a quarter million dollars in commissions.