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How to Start Building Credit at 18

How to Start Building Credit at 18

Getting access to credit at age 18 can launch a young financial consumer into a lifetime of good financial habits - and good financial rewards.

The Least Expensive U.S. Cities for Retirees

The Least Expensive U.S. Cities for Retirees

If you need to stretch your retirement funds and Social Security income, these are the cheapest places to retire.

What Is Predatory Lending?

What Is Predatory Lending?

Predatory lending is both costly and pervasive - here's how to avoid it.

What Is a Jumbo Loan?

What Is a Jumbo Loan?

Jumbo loans are worth more money and thus are harder to obtain. Here's the skinny on jumbos, with tips on how to land one.

The Best Cities in Europe for Shopping

The Best Cities in Europe for Shopping

Whether you're looking for a Patek Philippe, a Louis Vuitton, locally-made goods, furniture, antiques or vintage fashions, here are some of the best places in Europe to satisfy your inner shopaholic.

How to Buy a House With Bad Credit

How to Buy a House With Bad Credit

Buying a house with bad credit may sound challenging but is easier than you think. Follow these helpful tips on how to buy a house with bad credit today.

How to Invest in Your 20s to Create Wealth in Your 50s

How to Invest in Your 20s to Create Wealth in Your 50s

Investing in your 20s gives you the early start you need to obtain financial security - and much sooner than you think. Learn more.

Here's What Mish Schneider's Days in the Commodity Pit Taught Her About Markets

Here's What Mish Schneider's Days in the Commodity Pit Taught Her About Markets

Mish Schneider's book 'Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth' debuts this week.

MMA Star Rampage Jackson Says the Future of Esports Is Bright

MMA Star Rampage Jackson Says the Future of Esports Is Bright

'Gamers are doing very well. Even at high schools ... they're offering teams for games like Overwatch and everything. I only see it getting even bigger,' says Jackson.

As U.S. Economy Reheats, Inflation Is Nowhere to Be Found, Report Shows

As U.S. Economy Reheats, Inflation Is Nowhere to Be Found, Report Shows

Excluding food and energy prices, the Commerce Department's price index for personal consumption expenditures in March was unchanged from February levels, in a new sign that the Federal Reserve faces few inflationary pressures despite an unexpectedly quick acceleration in the U.S. economy during the first part of this year.