• Is Your Pension In Trouble?
  • What Will Donald Trump Do To Your Mortgage?
  • Marriage and Money - How to Divide?
  • Will Chips in Credit Cards Stop Fraud?
  • Why Consider Medicare Supplement Insurance Over Medicare Advantage Plans?
  • Who Does a Typical Auto Insurance Policy Cover?
  • Which Kinds of Refinance Mortgages Are Popular?
  • Which Kinds of Cars Cost Less to Insure?
  • When to Consider Applying for a Store Credit Card
  • When is the Best Time to Start Collecting Social Security Payments?
Is Your Pension In Trouble?
Recent troubles by various pension funds, along with the recent Automakers bailout (which was largely fueled by pension obligations) have shined a bright spotlight on pensions and the economic viability of such. Being that pensions are still a staple of many workers’...
What Will Donald Trump Do To Your Mortgage?
When Donald Trump first started running for President of the United States, many thought it was a joke. When he started winning, many still dismissed his campaign as something of a sideshow, and predicted that more traditional candidates would easily defeat him. Of course,...
Marriage and Money - How to Divide?
Before you start reading, realize that this is one man’s opinion on how you should divvy up your money in a marriage. But it does come from someone who has not only been happily married for 20 years, but also has a smooth-sailing financial life. In other words, my...
Will Chips in Credit Cards Stop Fraud?
In the past few years, companies that issue credit cards have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to give their customers better security with credit cards that contain microchip technology. Likewise, large retailers have invested even more money in the hardware that...
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Will Chips in Credit Cards Stop Fraud?
In the past few years, companies that issue credit cards have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to give their customers better security with credit cards that contain microchip technology. Likewise, large retailers have invested even more money in the hardware that...

Why Consider Medicare Supplement Insurance Over Medicare Advantage Plans?
Recently, the Kaiser Family Foundation predicted that somewhat over one out of five Medicare beneficiaries would select a Medicare supplement plan in the coming year. At the same time, almost 30 percent will choose a Medicare Advantage plan. Supplements used to be more...

Who Does a Typical Auto Insurance Policy Cover?
Almost all vehicle owners have to pay for car insurance. The problem is that many of these people don't really understand who their policy will cover. Drivers can be sure that anybody named on a policy is covered for the car that the policy was purchased for. However,...

Which Kinds of Refinance Mortgages Are Popular?
Most American homeowners are probably familiar with Freddie Mac. This public company is sponsored by the government as a way to make mortgages available to more people. As well as first mortgages, the organization also deals with refinance mortgages. They have kept...

Which Kinds of Cars Cost Less to Insure?
People who are in the market for a new car tend to shop for the best prices. These car shoppers want to be sure that they can afford the monthly payment. When shopping for a new car, it's also a good idea to consider the cost of insuring the vehicle. For some people, the...

When to Consider Applying for a Store Credit Card
At some stores, you may get offered an application for a credit card every time you pass by the checkout counter. Businesses can increase their revenues by offering credit, so they encourage their clerks to convince customers to fill out applications. Of course, stores...

When is the Best Time to Start Collecting Social Security Payments?
For many years, age 65 was considered a typical retirement age. However, most younger Americans will have to wait longer to collect full retirement benefits now because the social security retirement age keeps increasing. People who were born after 1937 need to wait until...

What's the Best Way to Pay Credit Card Balances Off?
If nobody ever charged too much on their credit cards, there would be no need to discuss good tactics to pay balances off. In a perfect world, everybody would just pay their balances off each month. However, the best people have been known to get into trouble with credit...

What Parents Should Know About Insurance for College Students
About 20 million American students head off to college each fall. These days, typical families struggle to help their children pay for housing and tuition. It's a good idea to make sure that parent's insurance policies provide adequate coverage for teens and young adults...

What to Know About Changes to Individual Retirement Account Rollover Rules
Individual retirement accounts, usually called IRAs, have helped Americans save for retirement since the 1970s. Both traditional and Roth IRAs offer tax advantages that encourage taxpayers to set aside money for the future. The Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, may also...
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