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How to rebuild your financial health after divorce

How to rebuild your financial health after divorce

A divorce can be financially devastating. It can be a long journey, but rebuilding your savings after divorce is possible. Here are four steps to help you get back on your feet.

Five signs your date is a financial mess

Five signs your date is a financial mess

Your date won't talk about finances, and the last time you went out to eat your date's credit card was denied. Should you be worried? Maybe. Here are five signs your date is hiding financial woes from you.

5 simple but effective saving strategies

5 simple but effective saving strategies

Had trouble with the typical methods of building your savings? These slightly offbeat approaches to saving might be just what you need.

Dying broke: A worthwhile retirement goal?

Dying broke: A worthwhile retirement goal?

A controversial new retirement planning approach is geared toward leaving no savings unspent, but there are several problems with this strategy.

Study: Saving before 30 greatly improves outlook for early retirement

Study: Saving before 30 greatly improves outlook for early retirement

New MoneyRates.com research indicates that beginning to save in your 20s significantly boosts your chances of expecting to retire before age 60.

5 groups who need professional tax help

5 groups who need professional tax help

It might seem everyone can do their taxes with today's software, but these five groups should trust their returns to a pro.

5 Types Of People Who Need Professional Tax Help

5 Types Of People Who Need Professional Tax Help

It might seem everyone can do their taxes with today's software, but these five groups should trust their returns to a pro.

The problem with popular stocks

The problem with popular stocks

Recent research finds that stocks with the highest turnover tend to also have the lowest future returns.