Fewer Americans are blowing their 401(k) savings on cars, clothes and other frivolities when they change jobs.
probably not thinking about tax season yet, but now is the time to do so to position yourself for the upcoming tax year.
Buyers willing to shop for homes while everyone else is decking the
halls may find the market more to their liking.
Even though employers won’t be required to offer health insurance under
Obamacare for more than a year, many already are fretting.
Move-up buyers are catching a break. They’re facing a less frantic housing market than earlier this year. Prices are cooling.
The focus on preventive care is among changes Medicare plans are making in response to the Affordable Care Act.
Planes are more crowded and fees seem to keep rising, but travel experts
say ticket prices aren’t shooting up this year.
Add another potential casualty of Washington’s gridlock: the holiday shopping season. The shaky consumer confidence is pummeling sales.
As millions of working Americans open their employer’s health care
packets this month, many will be encountering a new option.
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