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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...

How I Ditched My Debt for Good

If you're in debt, you may have experienced this before: the moment when you get yourself together and finally sit down to tackle your debt you're thinking, “Yes, this is it, I got this!” But then it happens--you're suddenly surrounded by...

How to Recover Financially From a Divorce

  I am 56 and recently divorced. I got limited income and assets after a long marriage, and now I’m wondering how to prepare for retirement. I’m looking for a job after being out of the workforce for a long time, and have to rent a house after...

Infographic: What it Takes to Get to $1 Million

We know, it sounds like a big number. But it can be achieved. By increasing your contributions a little each year, you can reach a million in about 25 years. Here's how one woman did it...

What is an annuity?

If you’d retired, or were planning to, around 2008 you probably found yourself in big trouble. When the stock market crashed, many people saw their hard-earned retirement nest eggs lose 35 to 40 percent of their value in what seemed like a blink...

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