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How to Handle Your Boomerang Kid

An army of college graduates will be bunking back home with mom and dad this year. That calls for an action plan.

How to Make Money at Your Garage Sale

Although planning and running a garage sale takes a lot of time, you get to pocket all the proceeds. And that can add up to some serious cash. To make the most money follow these tips.

What to Do in the Event of a Burglary

There are approximately 2 million burglaries every year in the U.S. If you discover you’ve been burglarized, take these first steps to take immediately.

Avoid Long Airport Lines

TSA Pre-Check is an expedited security screening program connecting travelers departing from airports within the United States with smarter security and a better air travel experience. If you’re eligible and approved for the TSA Pre-Check program you will be given a special number to use when making flight reservations.

Investing Platforms for Female Investors

There’s never been a better time to be a female investor. There’s a growing number of new digital investing platforms that are tailoring their services solely with the needs of female investors.

The End of “File and Suspend”

Now that “file and suspend” is no longer an option what is left for married couples aiming to maximize their Social Security benefits? As it turns out – plenty.

Start Early Cutting College Costs

With college expenses and student debt on the rise, wise parents engage in candid conversations on this hot topic earlier, rather than later, with their college-bound kids. How early? As soon as middle school.

Do You Have Enough Equity to Refinance?

You can take steps to refinance and improve your financial situation. And even if you’ve been turned down in the past, you might qualify this time. Homeowners have several ways to learn where they stand on equity.

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.