A Guide To Dividend-Growth Investing

Dividend-growth investing has proved popular with investors, and it has a large following in the United States, judging by the many blog sites on the topic. But what exactly...

Millennial Money: A College Education Isn’t Priceless

College-bound high school seniors of America: You are about to embark on one of the most formative periods of your life, full of new friendships, personal growth and overcaffeinated...

Lock Your Credit Card If It Goes Missing

Canceling and replacing a lost debit or credit card can be a hassle. After the new card arrives in the mail, you need to update every retailer, streaming service...

3 Ways To Instill Enduring Financial Values In Your Children

Passing down values related to family wealth is one of the most crucial, yet challenging, tasks for parents today. Children's experiences with money during their formative years can shape...

Liz Weston: 4 Tech Tasks To Keep Your Parents Safer Online

All of us are vulnerable to fraud. But the ways some older people use technology can put them at higher risk. That's where you come in. When you're home for...

Can My Boss Do That?

Throughout President Donald Trump's time in office, tricky employment-law issues have leaped onto the front pages and into the forefront of many workers' minds. Can your boss monitor your...

Timeshare Nightmares: Don’t Let This Happen to You

If you've booked a trip to Las Vegas, a Florida vacation destination or the Mexican Riviera, the odds are that upon checking into your hotel, you'll be offered anything...

6 Smart Ways Taxpayers Can Save Money on Their Tax Bills

Tax laws have traditionally been complicated for taxpayers to understand. The recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has added another layer of confusion -- at least for...

Know These 3 Things Before You Invest in a Fixed-Indexed Annuity

With interest rates as low as they've been lately and stock markets as volatile as we've been seing, the stage appears to be set for a different kind of...

10 Smart Steps to Minimize Taxes and Penalties on Your RMDs

After you turn age 70½, you need to start taking required minimum distributions from your IRAs and 401(k)s every year. But the calculations and rules can be complicated, and...

SUNY Oneonta Hosts Simulation On Personal Finance

Students at SUNY Oneonta got to take a spin at life after graduation in a financial literacy program held at the college Wednesday. Offering an educational spin on the classic...

It May Be Time To Stop Itemizing Your Taxes

Around this time of year, many taxpayers begin the annual ritual of pondering The Big Question: Do I take the standard deduction or spend time hunting for receipts and...