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How To Save An Extra $1,000

Making small changes now to your money habits can result in big rewards later.

10 Social Security Secrets

The best choice when it comes to when to Social Security ultimately comes down to personal circumstances. But here are some secrets that may mean more money for you.

Stretch Your 401(k) Match

A good tip for employees is to contribute an extra 1% to their 401(k) plan over and above the employer match.

Teach Your Kids Personal Finance

How to help your children understand valuable savings and budgeting lessons using a smartphone.

How to Build an Emergency Fund

Many people aren’t adequately prepared to manage paying for an unexpected expense or emergency. According to a recent survey 47% of Americans say that they wouldn’t be able to cover a $400 emergency expense. To help you better manage the unexpected, here’s a guide to putting together the perfect emergency fund.

Take the Social Security Quiz

In the realm of perplexing financial topics, Social Security benefits must rank somewhere near the very top of the list. Do you think you could pass MassMutual’s Social Security quiz?

Things You Should Never Flush Down the Toilet

If you want to save money on plumbing and sewer repairs that can throw a wrench into your finances, then you need to know what items should never be flushed down your toilet.

How to Manage Your Money If You Retire Abroad

Don’t let your financial life get lost in translation. Take these steps before you leave the U.S.

Credit Card Alerts on Your Phone

If you haven’t already signed up to get alerts on your mobile phone from your credit card issuer, what are you waiting for? Mobile alerts can tell you within minutes if your card is used in another country or if your payment is overdue. Alerts are one way to stop fraudsters from wrecking your credit.

Relying Too Much on Social Security

Many Americans are counting mainly on Social Security to make their retirement possible. Here are five signs indicating you might be counting on Social Security too much for retirement.