How Congress may make it easier to set money aside for emergency expenses

Finding the cash to cover the cost of an emergency is a big challenge for many individuals and families. Several

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‘Don’t end up in a lopsided portfolio.’ Here’s what advisors say to do if you’re worried about tech exposure

Big companies stocks slid after last week's earnings reports, and experts say it's an opportunity to better diversify your investments.

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House Democrats call for action on Social Security reform. What that could mean for your benefits

Democrats are seeking to bring a bill to enhance Social Security benefits up for a vote on the House floor

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Early retiree shares 13 ‘stupid simple’ money rules that helped him save $1 million: ‘I wasn’t born rich’

Self-made millionaire Steve Adcock and his wife retired in their 30s. They didn't inherit money or have a side hustle.

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4 strategies that can help you avoid paying extra every month for Medicare premiums

While most Medicare enrollees pay the standard premium amounts for Part B (outpatient care) and Part D (prescription drugs), some

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Some ‘Secure 2.0’ retirement proposals in the Senate look different from the House version. Here are key provisions under consideration

A sequel to the original Secure Act of 2019 continues to advance in Congress, although not all proposals are guaranteed

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70% of retirees would tell their younger selves to start saving earlier

Most retirees would tell their younger selves to start saving and investing for retirement earlier, an Employee Benefit Research survey

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