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Half of identity theft and fraud cases stem from "non-digital" thefts. Here's how to protect yourself. [Read More]
Health savings accounts have a triple tax advantage that's especially valuable for young workers. What to know. [Read More]
You could need $280,000 to cover health costs in retirement. Advisors say good planning can help you get there. [Read More]
The biggest risk to your child's identity might be closer to home than you think: 6 in 10 victims know the perpetrator. [Read More]
Analysts will be awaiting an update on some of its newest Diet Coke flavors... [Read More]
Fare-tracking site Hipmunk expects domestic summer airfares to be at bargain levels this week. [Read More]
Retiring earlier than expected could throw a wrench into retirement health costs. Here's how to plan for success. [Read More]
Waiting until age 70 to take Social Security can be a smart financial move, but it isn't the right choice for everyone. [Read More]
Even owners of friendly pups should understand how insurance does (and doesn't) cover injuries that pets cause. [Read More]
Tweets about one office lunch theft have gone viral, but nearly 1 in 5 workers has taken someone else's lunch. [Read More]
Saving money with an off-peak wedding date sounds enticing. But experts say you'll need to weigh potential trade-offs. [Read More]
For the third time ever, both the Powerball and Mega Millions games simultaneously have prizes of more than $300 million. Just don't make the same... [Read More]
If you use a debit card to shop, you might want to reconsider that habit. Thieves are angling for your card info. [Read More]
Homeowners and auto policies may have leaks that leave you unprotected against floods and other water damage. [Read More]
Spring ski and snowboarding deals abound, if you can avoid the spring break crowds. [Read More]
Thieves are more apt to open "intermediary accounts" to gain access to and drain your existing financial accounts. [Read More]
A growing fraud tactic has hackers opening new accounts in your name, to better drain your existing financial accounts. [Read More]
The market may have consumers seeing red, yet financial advisors say there's no room for panicked moves in a long-term investment plan. [Read More]