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Retirement: Costs That Can Make Or Break Your Nest Egg

If you earn a decent income but have trouble saving, the culprits could be the roof over your head and the car in your driveway.

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Are Medicare Advantage Plans Worth The Risk?

The first hurdle many people face when deciding about Medicare coverage is simply understanding how the various parts fit together.

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It’s Time To Secure Your Home Network

Not all that long ago, managing your home network’s security didn’t involve much more than installing an antivirus program on your PC. If only it were still so simple. 

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How To Make Your Money Biases Work For You

The way our brains work can cost us a lot of money. But some of our mental quirks can be turned to our advantage.

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Social (Security) Distancing: Trump Scheme Harms The Entitlement

On Aug. 14, Social Security celebrated its 85th birthday. Instead of enjoying the celebration, the program had to deal with an Executive Order from Donald Trump which instructed the IRS to stop collecting the payroll contributions that fund the program.

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Why Taking Social Security Benefits Early Costs Too Much

Starting Social Security early typically means getting a smaller benefit for the rest of your life. The penalty is steep.

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