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The personal side of money.
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A reverse mortgage could help you "age in place," but it's essential to weigh the benefits, costs and risks.
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A 401(k) offers a lot of benefits, match or no match. Here's what to think about before changing your contribution.
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A new survey finds that Americans see financial literacy as part of the solution to some of the country’s biggest social issues.
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Kid not going to college? Don't despair. Those 529 assets can be used for a variety of education costs.
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In spite of significant gains in education and employment, women still aren't investing aggressively enough. Why?
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Financial abuse comes in many guises and can impact men and women alike. Here are some common signs.
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Being 65 doesn't mean you have to retire—but you do need to prepare for a smooth transition when the time comes.
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While a 401(k) can be the backbone of your retirement plan, there's a good case for having an IRA as well.
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Did the pandemic change your wedding plans? This is a chance to rethink how much you spend and what's most important.
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You don't need a lot of money to make a meaningful charitable contribution; you just have to be strategic.

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