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July 21

8 reasons to worry about the stock market

These factors indicate we’re approaching bubble territory, but is history a reliable guide?

July 21

Social Security Underfunding Threatens Americans' Retirement

With Social Security running out of money, one of the pillars of retirement is in jeopardy.

July 20

One Inheritance You May — Or May Not — Want To Receive

Study shows that we inherit our money habits from our parents, which can be a good or a bad thing.

July 14

How Social Security treats the survivors of young workers

Eligibility rules are more lenient for the survivors of young workers because of their brief careers.

July 13

Why Americans can't seem to retire

The share of older people in the workforce is higher than at any point since before the creation of Medicare.

July 13

Men vs. women: Who gets the most out of marriage?

Research finds a woman and a man can have significantly different views of the same marriage.

July 13

Protecting your kids from identity theft

Once they have a child's Social Security number, hackers can apply for government benefits, open bank and credit card accounts, apply for a loan or rent a place to live.

July 6

These five states still haven't recovered from the recession

Growth has lagged outside of the nation's largest cities in New York, California and Florida.

July 6

Dual income couples complicate Social Security earnings test

Benefits of one — or both — could be reduced due to excess earnings.

July 6

When to get the best deals for airline tickets

It turns out that Tuesdays might not be the time to get the best deals, after all.


June 30

8 top performing mutual funds and ETFs for the first half of 2017, and one to avoid

Some surprises and some big bets led to sky-high returns through the second quarter, but volatility had to be tolerated along the way.

June 29

Don't mess with Social Security disability rules

Attempts to suspend benefits can have disastrous results.

June 28

Men vs. Women: Who is smarter when it comes to credit?

Men describe their knowledge of how credit scores work as good or excellent, but how accurate are they?

June 26

Credit vs. debit: Which is the better choice?

Americans are more likely to choose debit cards for routine purchases.

June 23

Top vacation destinations for the world's wealthiest

If a city has money, it has a Hamptons equivalent.

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