Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are an easy way to start investing with a diversified portfolio…if you can avoid paying a trading fee every time you buy shares. Here we found 20 of the best commission-free ETFs available at several large investment companies.
By Chris Muller
Saving for retirement is important, but if it’s making your current life miserable, you might give yourself permission to cut back. If you plan to work into your 60s and can collect Social Security, you might need less to retire than you think.
If you’ve got A+ credit, banks will actually pay you to open (and use) a new credit card. If you qualify, it’s real money in your pocket just for making your everyday purchases.
Two months’ salary? Three? Uh, no. How much should you spend on an engagement ring? Learn why these so-called rules are silly — even dangerous.
Being declined for a new credit card is frustrating. Improve your chances of approval by applying to cards that are suited to your credit score. Here we break down what credit scores are needed to get popular credit cards today.
Subscription food companies will deliver boxes of fresh, pre-portioned ingredients and restaurant-quality recipes to your doorstep. Are they worth the money?
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Even if you’re a passive, buy-and-hold investor, you should rebalance your portfolio at least once a year. Here’s how.
Rolling over your 401(k) after you leave an employer is essential. Actually doing it, however, is a pain. Follow these steps to take some of the sting out of the process.
An alternative to credit cards and personal loans, Affirm lets you finance large purchases from select merchants at the point-of-sale. Here’s how it works.
You might think that you know your credit score—but think again. Different lenders use different standards to determine your creditworthiness, and not knowing the details could cost you big time.
Shop for your new home the smart way! Learn how to calculate how much house you can afford before hitting that open house or applying for a mortgage.