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Is it Too Late to Start Saving?

I’m 57 years old and wondering: Is it too late to save money for retirement? I expect to be working for another 10 years. Is that realistic? -- Maria, Trenton, NJ Unfortunately, the American dream of retiring at age 65 seems to be a thing of the...

Brokerage Account Basics

Looking for a way to invest money for retirement, college or a shorter term goal like buying a house or starting a business? Assuming you're already contributing at least what your company matches in its retirement plan (if there's one available)...

Infographic: Add It Up—What Goes into Your Credit Score?

What's a good score? Aside from the VantageScore, which accounts for a small percentage of credit reports, most scoring models don't veer far from FICO's 300 to 850 range.

Surprise! 9 Credit Card Perks

Credit card companies have got you covered in ways you may not know about. Taking advantage of all these hidden perks may save you hundreds of dollars a year. People often forget about these perks because they may not take the time to read more...

6 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score Now

Improving your credit score does require some patience and perseverance -- a significant increase can take 12 months or more, according to experts. But it’s worth the effort. A jump of even 100 points can translate into thousands of dollars in...

What Is a Reverse Mortgage?

I am curious about reverse mortgages and am wondering if this is a good option for me. If so, how do I find a reputable mortgage rep to work with? --Jeanne, Boothwyn, PA This is a question that more and more people have been asking since 2008...

When Should I Collect Social Security?

My husband and I turned 65 in 2012. We are both still working, but finding it difficult to make ends meet. At age 66, my husband would get about $800 per month in Social Security and I would get about $2,000 per month. Can we both keep working...

Top 8 Mistakes Investors Make

Investing in the stock market is always a gamble and it doesn’t hurt to have a little luck on your side. But the difference between a successful investor and an unsuccessful one can be as simple as doing a few things right and avoiding certain...

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