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Best-Selling Personal Finance Books

Which of the best-selling personal finance books worth reading?

How to Save at Costco

If you’re a Costco member, you probably know a thing or two about saving a buck. But there are ways to cut costs even further at the ubiquitous warehouse club, with its nearly 700 locations worldwide. Part of the strategy is knowing where and when to find the deepest deals. Consumer Reports lists the best Costco products large and small, including condiments, detergents, mattresses, and more.

Urban Myths of Personal Finance

Don’t believe everything you hear about your money. They’re just plausible enough to seem real. They get shared among friends, on social media, and take on a life of their own. Here’s the three biggest.

How to Make A Retirement Announcement

What is the “proper” way to announce your retirement at work?

Catch Up on Your Retirement Savings

According to the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, the average retirement savings for households nearing retirement — those with head of households aged 55-64 — is only about $110,000. If you’re in this situation, having saved little or nothing for retirement, here are some tips from financial planners to help you get there.

Personal Finance Podcasts

Here’s the 15 best personal finance podcasts and radio shows on air today as chosen by U.S. News Money.

How to Save Money

The Week magazine has complied a list of 42 tips for saving more money.

IRA Mandatory Withdrawal Rules

If you’re going to turn age 70 1/2 this year (2015), the IRS requires that you begin taking withdrawals from your account. Here’s what you need to know to do it right.

Fastest Flight

Which flight will get you to your destination the fastest?  This online tool will figure out which airports, airlines and routes are most likely to get you there on time and which ones will leave you waiting.

You’ve Maxed Out Your 401(k)

If you’ve maxed out your 401(k) here’s where else to save.