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A decline in cash home sales is good news, but cash deals will continue to make sense for some. And there are other options to consider.
More homeowners think it's time for a home equity loan, thanks to rising home values and persistently low interest rates, and now they have more options.
The older you get, the more you're likely to spend on health care, because Medicare doesn't cover everything. So how do you plan for that?
While a first for Germany, other countries have sold negative yield bonds from time to time, and it's better than money in a mattress.
One cause for worry: Companies tend to be much more aggressive with share repurchases at exactly the wrong time.
The cardinal rule: Start by taking your required minimum distribution from any traditional 401(k)s or IRAs, then do what it takes to avoid a higher tax bracket.
By May 2017 the median home price should exceed its pre-recession peak, a study says, but a very slow recovery can be good news.
Recent articles and studies raise questions about our standard approach to investing for the young, with non-financial 401(k) withdrawals being part the problem.
This might be the time to get your shiny new car. Loan rates on new cars are at the lowest in years, but prices are rising.
Here are some experts' best investing assumptions for 2015 and beyond. First comes a suggestion to ratchet down market-return projections somewhat.