Gail Buckner Archive
Published June 18, 2012
School might be out, but that doesn’t mean learning has to stop, especially when it comes to teaching kids money skills.
Published June 04, 2012
Americans are becoming more knowledgeable about the credit world: what it is, how it's calculated and who is keeping score.
Published May 29, 2012
Why- especially in an election year- is raising taxes on top earners so popular?
Published May 21, 2012
If you are serious about paying off your debt, how your approach your bills is important and will reduce the amount you pay over time.
Published May 14, 2012
Six million Americans may be committing financial infidelity. Here's why.
Published May 07, 2012
The prolonged recession caused more people than usual to file for Social Security benefits in 2009 in spite of financial consequences that will affect them for the remainder of their lives.
Published April 30, 2012
The headlines regarding the future of Social Security are scary--but there is a way to fix the problem.
Published April 23, 2012
A new study shows the average baby boomer will fall 44% short on their necessary retirement income. Here's how to reduce that number.
Published April 09, 2012
Most of us only think of our IRA account when tax season rolls around. But others--who don't have the best of intentions--are looking at the account all year round.
Published March 26, 2012
The sharp decline in real estate prices has Americans less concerned about preserving their homes than preserving their lines of credit.