5 top Wall Street investors weigh in on the best ways to invest $10,000 now

With the holidays and perhaps a raise or bonus on the horizon, it's a good time to make that money work for you and your retirement.

10 best cities for renters

Here's where you can get the most for your money when it comes to rental affordability and quality of life.

Mary Beth Franklin: The Social Security claiming strategy Congress didn't touch

If you are a surviving spouse and also entitled to Social Security benefits based on your own work record, you can still claim one benefit first and switch to the other later. InvestmentNews' Mary Beth Franklin discusses the strategy.

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U.S. workers put in almost 25% more hours than Europeans

American workers not only put in more hours, they're also retiring later and taking fewer vacation days.


How to coordinate Social Security disability and retirement benefits

Spouses can claim benefits when mate collects disability.


Social Security cost-of-living adjustment to get 0.3% increase in 2017

This is the fourth consecutive year of COLAs falling below 2%.

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Mo' money mo' problems? Study delves into whether high-earners really have more stress

Could it be that higher-status people are just more likely to whine when things don't go their way?


My Medicare coverage has been canceled, now what?

Some beneficiaries may receive a letter that says their policy will no longer be offered in 2017.


Social Security cost-of-living adjustment expected to be lowest ever

Small increase will create a Medicare nightmare as premium hikes will vary.


Most women claim Social Security early

Reduced lifetime income will force many to spend bulk of benefits on health care.

Tax and Estate Planning, Your Lifestyle

Renting out your second home could prove to be a gold mine

These three companies want to take care of all the work and maintain your property for you.


How to get what's yours from Medicare

Philip Moeller, co-author of the bestseller "Get What's Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security," discusses his new book on Medicare.

Retirement, Tax and Estate Planning

What a Trump or Clinton presidency would mean for your money

Here's a cheat sheet laying out the two main candidates' positions on issues including jobs, wages, taxes, Social Security and retirement.


Secrets for successfully retiring before 65

Three early retirees in their 30s and 40s share how they're making their money last.


Social Security timing can affect Medicare premiums

Should you claim Social Security now to avoid a Medicare premium hike?

Tax and Estate Planning

College financial aid process begins Saturday

FAFSAs for the 2017-18 school year are out three months earlier this year, and now allow reporting prior-prior year income data, or 2015.

Tax and Estate Planning, Your Lifestyle

This money tip could keep your marriage alive

A new study identifies how much, on average, is all right to spend without first talking to your partner.

Tax and Estate Planning

What Brad and Angelina's split has in common with your divorce

Multiple studies have found that about two-thirds of all divorces are initiated by women.


New study documents mistakes by Social Security Administration staff

Senate panel urges agency to improve guidance on when to claim benefits after a study by the Government Accountability Office showed government representatives often give out misleading information.

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