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Q: I am 65 and getting ready to retire with a pension plan. Should I take a lump sum or a monthly payment? We have other resources available, Social Security and my husband's pension. — D.M., Orlando A: You should consider whether you think you...
Cameron Diaz, Jerry Seinfeld and Danny McBride appeared Saturday night on “SNL,” hosted by Adam Levine, but former cast member Andy Samberg made the biggest splash as one of the night’s guest stars. Samberg and the Lonely Island...
PolitiCalThe Legislative Analyst's Office said Monday that Gov. Jerry Brown's budget proposal represents "a significant improvement in the state’s finances." However, the analyst's new report says California's budget faces other threats, including the...
WATERTOWN -- North Dakota State University offers a window into the future with a new survey to determine attitudes and expectations in light of decreasing cow numbers, increasing input costs, unprecedented commodity market volatility and competition...
Corn Belt farmers need to brace themselves for a continued drought cycle and other volatility, an Iowa State University (ISU) meteorologist said on Jan. 22. Dr. Elwynn Taylor spoke to the AgriVisions conference, sponsored by First Dakota National Bank,...
Tags: Droughts, Weather, Fiscal Cliff, Politics, Natural Disasters
Tax season officially kicks off Wednesday, later than usual because lawmakers only this month passed legislation to address expired tax cuts. The IRS needed time to update its forms and systems. Not a problem for procrastinators, but a problem for...
Q: I am 54 and want to have income in retirement. I'm interested in reverse mortgages. Can you explain them? S.D., Orlando A: Reverse mortgages are only available to residential homeowners who are at least age 62. Normally, they are not available to...
The millennial generation is aggressively whittling down its debt, as young people forgo homes and cars, according to a new study. The median debt of households headed by people under age 35 fell 29% between 2007 and 2010, according to the analysis from...
Whom can you trust for money advice? It's a fundamental yet complicated question that's getting attention recently with publication of a controversial new book, "Pound Foolish: Exposing the Dark Side of the Personal Finance Industry." Author Helaine...
Do you know the security code on your credit card? Surprisingly, you probably do. More than four in 10 people have memorized their security codes, those once-overlooked three- or four-digit numbers on credit cards, according to a new survey. If you...
Q. What exactly is a Roth IRA? M.D., 68, Orlando. A: It is a form of an Individual Retirement Account in which contributions to the account are not tax deductible, unlike contributions to a traditional IRA. As a result, Roth IRA earnings are not...
Tags: Personal Finance, Social Security
Dear Liz: A lot of financial advice sites say you should have an emergency fund equal to three to six months of living expenses. What would be considered living expenses? Should you use three to six months of your net take-home pay or a smaller number? Is...
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