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Learn 3 ways to protect your money

With age comes wisdom about money — up to a point. Americans older than 65 hold about a third of all U.S. net worth.

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How to make easy money in the shared economy

Brooke Folk spends up to 30 hours a week on projects generated through Fiverr.com, a shared-economy website that requires all its vendors to offer something to customers for just $5.

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Back-to-college time and money saving tips

Moving to campus can be a fun and exciting time for any student, but it can also be costly. There are several ways to save on all the things your student will need to make his or her dorm a home away from home.

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Why your retirement income could take a hit next year

Retirees are facing a double whammy next year: no inflation adjustment in their Social Security benefits and a whopping 52 percent jump in certain Medicare premiums.

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Social Security’s birthday: Can we count on 80 more?

Today, as Social Security celebrates its 80th birthday, the federal government’s largest benefit program stands at a pivotal point in its history. Can it survive? What’s at stake?

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Waiving the Medicare 3-day rule lessens hospital stay

For nearly 50 years Medicare has required patients to endure at least a three-day stint in the hospital before they become eligible for coverage of skilled nursing care afterward.

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