Taxpayers who pay for long-term care insurance and who don't take available deductions on it are leaving money on the table for Uncle Sam.
For Americans, higher health care costs and overly complex retirement options get blame for holding back retirement savers.
After a brutal winter, the last thing we need is another headache to handle with spring still two weeks away. But spring is also allergy season.
Only 22% of women around the world are willing to take on higher risks such as stock gambles to get the higher rewards needed for a cozy retirement, a survey says.
High-tech convenience makes the prepaid card increasingly wanted by consumers, rather than just a fallback for the financially insecure.
Time is growing short for people to sign up for insurance through the exchanges, and many may have questions that make them hesitate.
If all of the pennies in circulation were lost, that would be just fine with most men in the country. Women don't feel the same.
All kinds of data are floating around making the case for or against the cost-effectiveness of the Affordable Care Act.
Redfin says 39% of homebuyers are keeping their homes to rent out, which makes it harder for the rest of the homebuyers.
Younger Americans don't have as much time as they think to save for the long haul, experts say, and they squander some of those savings needlessly.