It may not sound romantic, but drawing up a pre-nuptial agreement could be a useful thing to do with your future spouse.
It used to be called juvenile diabetes, but type 1 diabetes isn’t kid stuff. Here’s what you can do to help find a cure.
Your home is likely the biggest asset you’ll ever own. So how should you ensure your home is protected should something happen to you?
I was surprised to learn following my son’s accident that I could claim a portion of both his health expenses and our health insurance premiums on my tax return.
There may be better ways to invest your retirement savings. But dollar-cost averaging is more than just an investment strategy.
Your resume should be more than just a list of duties. Here’s how to make sure it showcases your skills as well as your professional brand.
Investing in bonds (either directly or in a bond mutual fund) can help broaden your investment portfolio.
It’s not just for seniors. If you report pension and/or annuity income in your tax return, you may be eligible to claim up to a $2,000 tax credit.
Do you have a tax slip for a capital gain or loss? Here’s how to understand the impact it could have on your tax return.
Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) — buying a set dollar amount of a security at regular intervals — can help promote disciplined investing.
If your existing home is cramping your style, there are a number of options to consider before you decide whether to move out or build up.
Five years ago, the Today’s economy blog launched with a post that posed five burning questions. Are we any closer to answering them?
You’ve probably heard of postpartum depression. But other mental health problems are just as common among new mothers, both before and after delivery.
The tax deadline is nearly upon us. Are you claiming all of the tax credits and deductions you’re entitled to?
A successful retirement is about leveraging what you have so you can build a better, more meaningful life.
From the mundane to the insane, it is often the little things about our jobs that drive us crazy and put a crimp in our day or a cramp in our style.
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