Three out of four successful retirees started saving in their 40s and 50s. A few smart moves make that easy.
In an age of lower investment returns, to have the retirement you want you may have to tap a little more of your earning power -- and tap into your spirit of adventure.
You don't have to be an economist to see that it's been harder to make and keep a dollar these days. But you can set the stage for a financial comeback. Nine of our readers share smart money moves they've made.
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When stocks are scary and bank account yields paltry, parking your money under the mattress might seem sensible. Not the case. What follows are good ideas for places to put a cash stash.
For those who've got the cash, these holiday gifts can really make a statement.
This year has been very solid for stocks, but these 6 were the best of the S&P 500.
2014 was chock-full of big failures in technology, from security snafus to executive gaffes. Here are the top ... er ... bottom 14.
The stock market smashed record after record in 2014. Apparently these stocks didn't get the memo.
When your travel entourage includes grandparents, parents and kids, here are the best getaway destinations.
Whether curating the perfect gift or finding a pet-sitter, these startups offer time-saving services that might just seem like holiday magic.
Innovation was alive and well in 2014, as dozens of new gadgets gave us something to smile and think about.
These futuristic transportation methods may seem like the stuff of sci-fi, but the reality isn't as cool as you think.
Now that the Army is looking to replace the Beretta, which it has used for 30 years, here's a look at Army pistols through history, from the Revolution to Afghanistan.