Sleep better at night knowing you have extra money tucked away for unplanned expenses.
Savings deposits can be set up one of two ways: automatic or manual. Which do you prefer?
The best way to get into the habit of saving is to pay yourself first.
If you don\'t mind doing all of your banking at a branch, this old-fashioned account may be for you.
You can park your money one of these liquid accounts, but just don\'t expect much in return.
Follow these three steps to raise your credit score now before you start borrowing money.
No longer finding free checking at your bank? You may want to consider a credit union.
Planning, clipping and budgeting can save you money on your food bill.
Studies have shown employees who take advantage of 401(k) advice do better than their peers.
It\'s now a law: If you don\'t have health insurance, you\'ll have to pay the government a penalty.
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Dear Dr. Don, I have three $50 Series EE savings bonds issued to me (at my childhood address) back in June 1986. They were academic awards in grade school. I have no idea what to do with them. How do I redeem them? I tried... Read more