With the kickoff of holiday shopping, you may be contemplating some sweet-sounding credit card offers. But be careful when you see "zero percent" advertised.
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Even wealthier retirees tend to spend less, suggesting it's not just lack of money that leads to increased thrift.
Sellers can expect more speed and better have their house ready to go. Buyers should avoid bidding wars.
Avoid PMI if you can do so comfortably. But it's no catastrophe if you end up paying it for a while.
Online vehicle fraud is surprisingly common, with alleged scams costing more than $64 million just last year.
Today's 70- and 80-somethings can credit luck for a good part of their financial well-being.
The implications of new health care rules can complicate an already tricky question of what money you tap first.
It's just a fraction of a percentage point on average, but companies aren't helping future retirees by low-balling.
The bottom line on buying a hybrid to save money? There is no bottom line.