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#481 The 10 Best Healthcare Jobs

You'll often find healthcare jobs all over lists of the fastest-growing and highest-paying occupations. However, not all healthcare jobs are created equal. For example, it doesn't really matter how many job openings there are in a particular position if it only pays a paltry $20,000 a year. And i... see more

#321 Tips for Finding Affordable Health Insurance

When the Affordable Care Act went into full effect in 2014, it gave uninsured Americans a powerful incentive to go out and obtain a health policy: a fee if they didn't comply. And while the penalty was relatively mild then, it's only been increasing since 2015. As a result, many individuals who n... see more

#219 What To Know Before Buying A Foreclosure

By Shirley PulawskiWhile the rate of home foreclosure has been slowing down, foreclosed homes can be an inexpensive way to buy into the housing market at a lower rate, while possibly helping to improve a neighborhood by bringing one property back up on the rise, rather than into dec... see more

#134 What Is A Retirement Saver's Tax Credit?

Everyone wants to get more money in their tax return check, or to reduce the amount owed to Uncle Sam in taxes as much as possible, but finding all of the eligible tax credits can be overwhelming. The Internal Revenue Service's website is loaded with information on tax credits, but without knowin... see more

#123 How Inflation Affects Your Cost of Living

If you think your dollars aren't stretching as far at the grocery store, you're not imagining things. The U.S. Department of Agriculture expects food prices to rise 2.5% to 3.5% over 2013's prices, with several categories, including beef, fruit, dairy and eggs hit even harder. And it's no differe... see more

#112 Houston, Texas: The 5 Best Retirement Communities

According to TopRetirements.com, Texas is one of the top 10 most popular retirement states. Texas offers the warm climate and mild winters that many seniors prefer, and it has a host of cultural, historical and natural attractions and sites for retirees to visit and enjoy. It also ranks in the to... see more

#99 Are You Getting The Best Retirement Advice?

Test yourself: Which type of financial adviser is more likely to work in your best interests?1) A captive broker who can sell only the financial instruments produced by his or her employer, such as Fidelity.2) An independent broker who can sell fina... see more

#94 Do You Need Short-Term Health Insurance?

Colloquially known as Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires that most Americans carry health insurance or pay a tax penalty. But sometimes, the timing is against you. Sure, there's one of your state's marketplace exchange plans – but you can only sign up for it during "open enrollme... see more

#91 How to Retire with More Money

Generating income for — and during — retirement can be a challenging endeavor. The most common mistakes people investing in their futures make are very simple: being too conservative or too risky in decision making. Despite today's tough economic environment, there are many ways to increase y... see more

#38 Types Of Social Security Benefits

Social Security isn't just for retired people. The program also pays benefits to the disabled, widows and widowers, children, stepchildren, divorced spouses and others. Below is an explanation of the benefits Social Security provides.Retired WorkersOf the 58 million... see more

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