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Budgets are back in vogue, serving as a way to avoid financial disaster.
Variable annuities can offer tremendous benefits -- a long as investors heed the warnings.
Going against the grain, Allstate is launching a public campaign calling for national regulation of insurance companies.
Social Security may not exist when you retire, so consider Plan B.
Thanks to the Federal Reserve, qualified borrowers can lock in mortgage rates that are lower than 5%.
The government should try to keep residents in foreclosed homes until the economy turns around.
It's time to be more positive about getting out of this economic mess.
Bullion is making the news as prices rise to around $1,000 an ounce. Here's a brief history.
Politicians are using our money to save the economy. But at the same time, they're dividing us.
The billions being spent to revive the economy don't directly relate to job creation, growth or incentives.