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Cures For Investment Anxiety

Index funds or ETFs? Target date funds or managed accounts? Rebalance once a year or twice? Is your heart beating a little quicker now than it was a minute ago? You’re not alone.

Don’t Make These Financial Errors

Your financial success sometimes depends on making the right moves at the right time. But even more often, it’s avoiding the wrong moves that will advance your financial happiness.

Insurance-Policy Add-ons You Should Consider

You may want to consider adding valuable coverage to your auto and homeowners insurance.

Do You Need a Password Manager?

A good password manager is the best way to relieve the burden of memorizing complex logins and keep your data secure. Protect your passwords and other sensitive info with one of these virtual vaults.

Prince Didn’t Have a Will, But You Should

If you have a family and a home— not to mention a savings account — you should definitely have a will.

Protect Yourself When Surfing

GetLinkInfo is a tool to get information about a link before visiting it. Use it to preview tinyurl, bit.ly, goo.gl, is.gd, t.co or any other short URLs; see the original URL of a short URL before visiting it; and, find out where a URL redirects you. Use it to protect yourself from malicious websites.

How to Get the Most College Aid

If qualifying for financial aid was a simple matter, they’d have an app for it and anybody could do it on their mobile device. Unfortunately, it isn’t always that simple.

Stop Hackers From Taking Over Your Computer

Ransomware” attacks have become so ubiquitous in the last two years: they’re relatively low-budget, low stakes, and don’t require much skill to pull off.

Is a Reverse Mortgage Right for You?

Under what circumstances is a reverse mortgage a good deal?  Here’s one view.

“File and Suspend” Last Chance

April is your last chance to use a strategy known as “file and suspend,” which can give your spouse an extra four years of monthly Social Security checks without reducing your own benefit. You can still file and suspend your benefits up until April 29, as long as you’ve already turned 66 years old.