Americans Feel Insecure About Their Social Security Knowledge
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Your Lack of Knowledge About Social Security Can Drain Your Retirement Savings
Bankruptcy Problems: Why Millennials and Gen-Xers Are Faced With Filing
Employers Are Not Paying as Large a Share of Workers' Health Insurance Premium
Employees still have high expectations that their companies will pay a large portion of their health insurance premiums, believing that the responsibility lies with them.
Panic Boom: Market Volatility Tips For Anxious Retirees
The stock market is both choppy and chaotic - what can retirees do to stay on course?
Here's How I Traveled to 23 Countries for Free
Kris Mole flew to Sweden to begin the challenge of a lifetime: To visit every European Union capital city...without spending a dime.
What You Can Expect to Pay in Health Insurance Premiums in ‘16
Health care costs will rise in 2016, but the amount will vary from state to state.
Trump's Tax Plan: A Tiny Bit of Growth with a Crippling Price Tag
Donald Trump has finally released his promised tax plan. Don't believe the hype, his country club friends are going to love it.
Rising Rental Costs Can Jeopardize Boomers' Retirement
If you think Millennials are struggling to find affordable rentals, think about their parents.
Refusing to Spend Time Choosing a Health Insurance Plan Costs Consumers Dearly
Choosing a health insurance plan should not be a decision which consumers approach lightly, but the majority of individuals spend less than 30 minutes researching their benefits.
New Fiduciary Rules Will Help Ensure Your Investments Are Not Compromised
If regulators enact new rules requiring brokers to keep clients' interests foremost, it could save retirement investors a pile of money.
Why the Standard of Living Could Fall for the Next Generation
Just one in eight Americans believe the next generation will be more financially secure, while only 20% think the next generation will have a better quality of life.
Your Raise May Be Meager, but You Need to Negotiate It Now
Anyone thinking 2016 could be the year for that big jump in pay likely should temper that excitement.