There are 18.8 million vets living in the United States, according to 2015 Community Census Survey.
Good news for prospective homebuyers. Even though the Fed indicated the central bank may raise interest rates twice in 2016, chances are mortgage rates won’t move dramatically higher anytime soon.
Investors approaching retirement are wishing for a do over this year....
Thirteen million Americans cheat on their spouses or live-in partners not physically, but financially.
Strong. Durable. President Obama used those words this week to describe the American economy during his State of the Union speech. But that will be called into question at the next GOP debate on the FOX Business Network. What's the reality?
As major U.S. stock exchanges are experiencing significant losses thus for in 2016, Fidelity Investments reports that 55% of Americans don’t have enough money saved to cover their basic needs in retirement.
Stocks had a so-so year in 2015 with two of the major indexes, the S&P 500 and Dow finishing flat to down, respectively. So, you’d think it would be a perfect time for active mutual fund managers to shine, but that’s not what happened.
What is one of the biggest fears gripping today’s retirees? Paying for health care in retirement. According to an annual survey conducted by Nationwide, 63 percent of affluent pre-retirees are 'terrified' over what health-care costs will do to their plans for retirement.
The FOMC is creating a divide among the nation's savers and debtors with the first interest rate hike in nearly a decade.
The Affordable Care Act is in danger of becoming anything but affordable.
Retailers are unleashing a barrage of online deals all week long, here's how to hunt for the deals that matter the most.
The individuals who are calling for student loans to be forgiven need a major wake-up call.
myRA, the government's new retirement savings vehicle, is touted as being safe but as with any investment product there are always some risks investors need to understand.
More and more people are taking advantage of retailers’ biggest markdowns of the year to benefit themselves.
Making investment decisions based on one day’s market action is nearly always a mistake. Investors should be motivated by bigger considerations, such as your asset allocation or just how far away you are from retirement.
Open Enrollment is here! The time of year to review your healthcare plan. While the process may seem daunting you don't want to skimp on a review....
More than 17 million Americans were victims of identity theft last year, and reports of breaches are so common that most just tune out the news. But that would be a mistake.
68,000 new medical codes are coming which may do more harm than good for doctors and patients alike.
College costs continue to move higher but just how big a tab you might pay depends on what state you live in. California’s Harvey Mudd University is the most expensive with tuition, and room and board costs totaling $67,255. Coming in second was New York’s Columbia University at $66,383 and Illinois’ University of Chicago was third at $64,965.
The Internal Revenue Service is trying to map out who should pay a hefty, forthcoming tax on high end healthcare plans.