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Bye-Bye Big Returns, Investors Should Lower Their Expectations

When it comes to investing, it looks like the party could be over.

Here Are the Best States to Live in While Saving for Retirement

Saving for retirement is no easy task, and it may be even more challenging depending on where you live.

Millennials Redefining Retirement Says Merrill Edge Report

Millennials have a unique perspective on their coming golden years and how they plan to save for them.

Your Financial Adviser Is Ignoring This Huge Part of Retirement Planning

Financial advisers are too focused on money when it comes to retirement planning, according to one expert.

Here’s Why Millennials Are Delaying Their First Home Purchase

First-time homebuyers are ditching the starter home in favor of saving up for their dream home.

If You’re Lying to Your Spouse About Money, You’re Not Alone

Financial infidelity among those in a committed relationship is widespread, according to one personal finance expert.

There’s a Retirement Savings Gap Between Men and Women

If you think the process of saving for retirement is the same for men and women, think again.

Many Investors Think This Year’s Stock Market Volatility Is Here to Stay

The first few months of 2016 saw elevated levels of volatility in global stock markets amid falling oil prices and worries about a slowdown in China’s economy.

Here's What it Looks Like Inside one of Nevada's Legal Brothels

When I was given the unusual assignment of touring a Nevada brothel, I wasn’t sure what to expect.

Credit Card Debt Surpasses 2009 Levels, Despite Low Gas Prices

Credit card debt is on the rise, eclipsing 2009 levels, the year the economy suffered the worst downturn since the Great Depression.