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How to Use Biweekly Mortgage Payments to Pay Off Your Home Loan ASAP

Buy Side from WSJ

With this popular method, you may not even notice the extra money going toward your loan.

7 Top-Rated ETFs to Buy Now

U.S. News & World Report

These top-rated ETFs all get five stars from Morningstar and have delivered stellar long-term returns.

What is Value Investing?

CNN Underscored

Warren Buffett once explained that price is what you pay; value is what you get.

Why You Should Open a High-Yield Savings Account This May

CBS Moneywatch

You never know when emergency expenses might pop up.

Mastering the Basics of How to Invest in Commodities

CNN Underscored

Commodities are considered alternative investments because they don’t fall into the main categories of stocks, bonds or cash.

Breaking Up is Hard to do, Especially with a Credit Card. Here's What You Need to Consider

USA Today

Breaking up is hard to do, especially if it’s with your credit card.

How Long Can You Live Abroad Before Losing Social Security?

U.S. News & World Report

If you are planning to retire abroad, here's what to know about receiving Social Security benefits.

5 Best Virtual Reality Stocks to Buy

U.S. News & World Report

With more companies jumping on the bandwagon, virtual reality tech is more visible – and investable – than ever.

Should Investors Have Multiple Brokerage Accounts?

U.S. News & World Report

Having more than one brokerage account can be beneficial, or it can lead to unnecessary complications.

4 Ways to Lock In Yields Above 5%

Wall Street Journal

With some money-market mutual funds and high-yield savings accounts still sporting 5% yields, it is easy to be complacent and let cash sit.

Put Away Your Debit Card: Why All Your Purchases Should Go On Credit

New York Post

Swiping a piece of plastic to pay for things is second nature for most of us these days.

10 Things to Know About Working in Retirement

Kiplinger Personal Finance

You'll have more money. But beware of income limits and Medigap problems.

Think You're Ready to Retire? You Might Not Be Worried Enough.

MarketWatch

Do you think you have plenty of money in savings and investments?

6 Things to do With Your Money in Your 20s

Fortune

The dollars you save today are likely the most valuable dollars for your future.

Will CDs still be worth it if rates drop?

CBS MoneyWatch

Inflation has come down quite a bit over the last year or so — dropping from a peak of over 9% to the 3.4% it is now.

Money market account vs. money market fund: Is there a difference?

USA Today

When it comes to finding places to stash your savings, you have many options that thankfully don’t involve your mattress, including money market accounts and money market funds.

What Do Lower Interest Rates Mean for Retirees?

U.S. News & World Report

With the Federal Reserve likely to cut interest rates, here's how retirees may approach their investment portfolios.

5 Best Closed-End Funds for 2024

U.S. News & World Report

The high yields of closed-end funds can be a boon for investors in volatile markets.

You've Spent Decades Saving Money for Retirement. Now Comes the Hard Part - Spending It.

MarketWatch

After decades of squirreling away money for retirement, people can feel incredible anxiety when it’s time to shift into spending mode.

A Beginner's Guide to Buying Stocks

CNN Underscored

Owning stocks is a great way to potentially increase your wealth over time.

How to Invest $100,000 for Retirement

U.S. News & World Report

Stretching out $100,000 over years in retirement is doable if you're creative, disciplined and realistic.

5 Tips to Avoid the Holiday Credit Card Trap

AARP

Here's how to keep your spending and debt in check as interest rates soar.

I'm a Financial Advisor: Here's How You Can Live Off Your Interest Income

GoBankingRates.com

Retiring comfortably is a dream for many, but it often feels out of reach in a world of economic uncertainty and fluctuating markets.

What is Direct Indexing? How You Can Use It to Avoid Taxes Like the Super-Rich

USA Today

A new investment strategy is slowly making its way to Main Street investors as technology improves and lowers trading costs.

5 Best Closed-End Funds for 2023

U.S. News & World Report

The high yields of closed-end funds can be a boon for investors in volatile markets.

I'm a Financial Planning Expert: How to Develop a Portfolio of Retirement Income That Lasts Your Entire Life

GoBankingrates.com

In the complex world of financial planning, where ensuring a comfortable retirement can be a daunting task, there’s one major question.

Are CDs worth it right now? Learn when they do and don’t make sense

fortune

Despite higher rates than in decades past, CDs may only make sense for some.

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