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Drilling Down on Dental Costs: How to Save on Your Next Trip to the Dentist

Drilling Down on Dental Costs: How to Save on Your Next Trip to the Dentist

Finances may be a bigger factor than fear when it comes to avoiding the dentist.

Retirement Savers Should Be Hoping for a Lasting Market Crash

Retirement Savers Should Be Hoping for a Lasting Market Crash

A little behind on saving for retirement? You need a grizzly bear market.

Why the Stock Market Selloff Will Spur Hesitant Millennials to Invest in Apple, Facebook

Why the Stock Market Selloff Will Spur Hesitant Millennials to Invest in Apple, Facebook

Millennials are wary of the stock market, but the recent volatility across the markets opens up opportunities for young people to face their fears and invest in stocks.

Invest Like a Lady: 3 Ways Women Can Get More Out of Their Retirement Portfolios

Invest Like a Lady: 3 Ways Women Can Get More Out of Their Retirement Portfolios

Women face unique challenges when it comes to retirement readiness, and 60% fear they will outlive their savings.

Why Financial Advisors Are Adopting Technology To Meet Clients' Needs

Why Financial Advisors Are Adopting Technology To Meet Clients' Needs

Financial advisors have adopted the use of more technology to reach out to clients when it’s convenient for them, instead of juggling time to meet in person for every meeting.

10 Fuel-Efficient Sports Cars That Sip Gas As They Throttle

10 Fuel-Efficient Sports Cars That Sip Gas As They Throttle

No, there aren't a whole lot of sports cars out there that can get 30+ miles per gallon, but there are a few sportier models going easy on fuel consumption.

How to Execute a Successful Backdoor Roth IRA When You Make Too Much

How to Execute a Successful Backdoor Roth IRA When You Make Too Much

The backdoor Roth IRA -- It's one of most nimble personal finance tricks out there.

Income Driven Repayment Fails to Attract Significant Sign-Ups from Broke Students

Income Driven Repayment Fails to Attract Significant Sign-Ups from Broke Students

It's certifiable: ED say 57% of the students in its sample failed to sign up for repayment programs on time

Choose the Right Major to Be Happy and Rich After Graduation

Choose the Right Major to Be Happy and Rich After Graduation

Americans who earn $75,000 a year are happier than those who earn less. Choosing a college major with higher earning potential could result in increased happiness later in life.

How to Be Happy After Graduation: Choose the Right Major

How to Be Happy After Graduation: Choose the Right Major

For new college students, choosing a major sets the course of their lifetime earning potential, yet most students study what they enjoy rather than considering their future income.