Are You Ready for Health-Care Costs in Retirement

Are you prepared to cover the cost of retiree healthcare? Many Americans aren't.

Safe Ways for Grandparents to Help With College Costs

It’s always wonderful when grandparents volunteer to help with college costs.

Living in a Virtual Village

One of the scary prospects about getting old is no longer being able to stay in your own ho

Year-End Charitable Giving Tips

Did you know that Dec. 2 is Giving Tuesday?

8 Year-End Tax Tips

This the time of year when it makes sense to explore last-minute ways to ease the tax bite that could be waiting for you on April 15. Here are eight potential ways to shrink your tax liability:

Celebrating a Retirement Strategy’s Anniversary

To keep their nest eggs alive, millions of Americans, whether they know it or not, are following the advice of an unassuming number cruncher with

What Happened to Our Ice Cream?

Do you ever wonder if the shrinking packages at grocery stores fool people or even bother them?

What's Your Time Personality?

Individuals who know a great deal about personal finance don’t always make the wisest investors.

Have We Stopped Changing?

It can be fun daydreaming about what you are going to do once you retire.

A Great Way To Break a Bad Investor Behavior

If you’ve owned any stock funds during the past few years, the chart below should make you happy.