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Social Security: Here's Why Cutting Benefits Is a Necessary Evil
Reducing Social Security's long-term expenditures is one piece to a very big puzzle.
Sep 06, 2019 10:06 UTC Read More

This Habit Could Be Costing You $1800 a Year
Unfortunately, throwing away money is something that's all too easy to do. Any time you rack up a credit card balance you can't pay in full, you start accruing…
Sep 05, 2019 10:03 UTC Read More

SMART Global Holdings, Inc. Shares See a Change of 9.25% This Week
SMART Global Holdings, Inc. (ASX:SGH) shares saw the needle move 9.25% on the week. The stock closed the most recent session at $28.69 after seeing…
Sep 05, 2019 08:02 UTC Read More

How to Childproof Your Retirement Smart Change: Personal Finance
Your kids could really mess up your retirement security -- if you let them.
Sep 04, 2019 21:29 UTC Read More

Americans' Unique Retirement Expenses by Region Smart Change: Personal Finance
There are some retirement expenses that everyone has -- things like housing, insurance, groceries, and healthcare. Other retirement expenses are specific to…
Sep 04, 2019 21:14 UTC Read More

Drowning in Debt? It Could Reduce Your Social Security Benefits
It's no secret that debt can hurt your financial health and make it harder to build wealth. High-interest debt, in particular, is especially toxic and can eat away at…
Sep 04, 2019 19:12 UTC Read More

3 Money Milestones Everyone Should Reach by 40 Smart Change: Personal Finance
Age 40 might be the new 30, but that doesn't let you off the hook from meeting some important financial goals. Here are three key milestones you should aim to…
Sep 04, 2019 15:11 UTC Read More

Stop Sabotaging Your Credit Score Smart Change: Personal Finance
MoneyTipsAfter a long search you've finally found out who's dragging down your credit score.Surprise! It's you.Your credit score reflects your entire credit history…
Sep 04, 2019 13:59 UTC Read More

4 Steps to Retiring a Millionaire Smart Change: Personal Finance
When you think of retiring with $1 million in savings, you may picture living a life of luxury. But although $1 million is a lot of money, you may need at least that…
Sep 03, 2019 21:44 UTC Read More

The Trade War: Recapping August's Major Developments Smart Change: Personal Finance
August was a turbulent month in the stock market, and the ongoing trade war between the United States and China was the main reason. New tariffs were…
Sep 03, 2019 16:45 UTC Read More

Job Openings Are Near All-Time Highs, Wages Are Up
Job openings in August climbed by 3.2% year over year to 5.94 million, according to Glassdoor's latest Job Market Report. That's just below July's all-time high of…
Sep 03, 2019 13:05 UTC Read More

Credit Through History Smart Change: Personal Finance
MoneyTipsIt may seem like you have been paying credit card interest since 3500 BC – but you might be surprised to learn that credit actually dates back to those…
Sep 02, 2019 13:59 UTC Read More

Drink Up Savings at Starbucks Smart Change: Personal Finance
One Starbucks grande Cold Brew with Salted Cream Cold Foam, please. Even if your order sounds fancy, enjoying your coffee shouldn't have to put you over…
Aug 30, 2019 17:00 UTC Read More

Ask a Fool: IRA or Taxable Brokerage Account?
It depends on what you're investing for and when you might need the money. An IRA -- either traditional or Roth -- is hands-down the best option from a cost…
Aug 30, 2019 15:59 UTC Read More

5 Ways Other People Can Lower Your Credit Score
MoneyTipsYour credit score is a valuable asset that must be maintained and protected. Unfortunately, there are ways that other people can negatively affect your…
Aug 30, 2019 13:59 UTC Read More

3 Dividend Plays to Buy And Hold For 5 Years
When it comes to picking long term dividend plays that you want to hold forever, I very much favor financials. These institutions tend to survive far longer than…
Aug 30, 2019 13:59 UTC Read More

Change for the sake of change isn’t a smart move
We all know the age old adage – “If it isn't broken, don't try and fix it”. This applies to so many things in life but sometimes the unintended consequences of…
Aug 30, 2019 01:45 UTC Read More

38% of Americans Are Wildly Underestimating the Cost of Retirement
Even with a detailed retirement plan, your retirement savings estimate is always a number to be proved adequate (or not) in the course of time. The many…
Aug 29, 2019 21:06 UTC Read More

Who Gets Your Digital Assets: Heirs or Hackers?
A bank or brokerage can't just take your money when you die. If you don't have a will or other estate plan, the laws of your state determine who gets…
Aug 29, 2019 13:25 UTC Read More

These Are the Biggest Regrets Parents Have About Money
Raising a child costs money. Kids need to eat, wear clothes, have a roof over their heads, and potentially go to college. Exactly how much a parent will spend…
Aug 29, 2019 09:44 UTC Read More

What to Do About an Out-of-Network Doctor
Health insurance is supposed to help defray the costs of care. But there are still a lot of expenses you may have to pay. This is especially true if the doctor you…
Aug 28, 2019 21:19 UTC Read More

Child Identity Theft 101 Smart Change: Personal Finance
MoneyTipsShortly after children are born, parents apply for the Social Security number that their children will use throughout their lives. Unfortunately, that…
Aug 28, 2019 13:59 UTC Read More

No Work-Life Balance? 4 Things to Do About It
If you can't remember the last time you left the office before dark, or you spent your so-called free time not constantly checking job-related emails, then chances…
Aug 28, 2019 13:06 UTC Read More


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