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There’s too much emphasis on the presents rather than your presence.
My paycheck helped take care of a disabled brother. It paid for things my grandmother needed.
The agency designed to protect consumers — yes, sometimes even from themselves — is a hot mess.
What’s more inspiring than the testimony of someone who faced adversity and triumphed? Every week, during my live online chat, I invite people to talk… Continue reading
You might say, “I really wanted to come. It’s just not in my budget.”
We can count on President Trump to fill the vacancy with someone friendly to the financial industry.
Like doing your taxes or getting a colonoscopy, it’s no fun. But you’ve just got to push through.
With today’s online tools, it’s harder than ever for folks to make good financial decisions.
They could lose deduction that covers payments for nursing homes, assisted living or hospital care.
Readers share stories about how speaking up saved them money.
Living too large is often what brings criminals down. Topping the news right now is the indictment of two Trump campaign officials as part of… Continue reading
Tax-reform talks recently included discussions about turning the 401(k) into a Roth IRA.
Federal regulators handled more than 2,000 complaints about student loan debt collectors.
Over two-thirds of caretakers surveyed said that a scammer had targeted their elderly relatives.
The book “Spam Nation” tells a real-life horror story — and how you can protect your family.
The insecurity of our financial information should give everyone the heebie-jeebies.
Even if your information hasn’t been compromised, you should still enroll in the monitoring service.
The free monitoring service is worth signing up for, but it won’t fully protect you from fraudsters.
Cybersecurity experts weigh in on whether you should you freeze or lock your credit file.
The company may be overwhelmed, but it still needs to do everything it can to protect people.