Making Dollars and Sense of Financial Planner Designations
Whether you're looking for advice about saving for your child's education, managing an inheritance, or setting up a financial plan, a financial planner can help. Figure out what type of planner you need and check up on credentials.
Surprise: Target Won't Pay for Consumer Losses in Data Breach
Despite many consumers' assumptions, retailers don't pick up the tab for retail data breaches. In fact, credit unions and their members and banks and their customers end up paying the costs for data security breaches.
Everybody's Money Matters: Deciding How Much to Save
Everybody's Money Matters tackles the perennial question: How much should I save?
Self-Directed IRAs: With Flexibility Comes Risk
"Look before you leap" is good advice. When you're investing for retirement, you need to do more than look—especially if you're interested in potentially risky self-directed individual retirement accounts.
Hips, Knees, and Warranties: Joint Implants Come With a Catch
Eighteen percent of hip replacement surgeries and 8% of knee replacement surgeries are revisions to replace or repair a failed implant. If you're a candidate for replacement surgery it's smart to think not only about recovery, but about the device as well.
Will Your Next Car Drive Itself? Autonomous Autos Are Coming
Do you hate that morning commute? What if you could read the morning news or memos from work while the car drove itself? Researchers from Detroit to Silicon Valley say it could happen by 2020.
The news brings reports of financial security breaches
nearly every week, if not more often. Snap Survey wants to know: Have you been affected by a retailer's security lapse?
Make the Most of Campus Visits: A Guide for Parents and College-Bound Students
You wouldn't buy a car without driving several first, or buy a home without attending open houses. Visiting colleges before selecting one for yourself or your child makes just as much sense.