Student loan debt is a big issue, and Democrats are increasingly talking about it in an effort to get voters to the polls in key states this November.
Adults carrying mortgage loans may plan to keep the mortgage loans to use it for tax deductions. Financial adviser Matt McCoy explains why people do it, and if it is beneficial to keep debt with retirement.
Credit cards can leave people with a lot of debt and bills to pay off. Chris de Lormier describes how he paid off all of his credit car bills while still having fun.
Calculating how much capital needed for retirement can be tricky. Financial adviser Guy Baker explains the Rule of 72 and how to apply it for retirement saving.
College in the US can be expensive, but there are ways to make college cheaper. For example, look into colleges that offer free tuition in exchange for working on campus, or considering living off-campus with parents if the college is close by.
For retirement saving, the line between what people need to have for income versus what people want to have as income has blurred. Here is how to separate how much money absolutely needed for retirement versus how much money you would like to have – and why it's important.
Even after retiring, people can still set up a Roth IRA and leave it for their children. Financial adviser Johanna Fox Turner explains what people need to do when it comes to Roth IRAs.
There are five key Social Security strategies that everyone needs to know, writes Joseph Alfonso. For example, retirees may want to consider delaying taking benefits until age 70.