Recent Articles By Dan Rafter
Losing your job after 50 doesn’t necessarily mean your retirement-savings goals are scuttled. Learn how to protect your hard-fought savings.
Many retirees qualify for a one-time payment of up to six months of retroactive Social Security payments, but this move isn’t without its downsides.
Online robo advisors — which automatically make investment decisions for you based on the answers you fill out on surveys — are popular because they are inexpensive and expose investors to a variety of savings vehicles. But will your retirement savings suffer because these robo advisors lack the human touch?
Learn five benefits of a health savings account that can boost your financial fitness.
Even if you’ve declared bankruptcy, sold a home through a short sale or lost your home to foreclosure, you can recover from each of these financial disasters.
What do you need to have a happy and comfortable retirement? See the tools and advice financial planners recommend to save for retirement.
If you’re a freelancer or small business owner and your income fluctuates each month, it’s hard to save for retirement. See retirement planning tips when you have an unstable income.
Financial advisers offer plenty of advice on how to best save for retirement. But what steps are people actually taking to hit their retirement goals? MoneyRates spoke to five people about the tools and strategies they are using for retirement. Here’s what they had to say.
Millennials need to build a credit history, but it’s easy for them to misuse their cards. Here are five tips for responsible credit card use that all millennials need to know.
Suspect that your spouse is consciously or subconsciously sabotaging your household budget? Here are five red flags to look for to confirm your suspicions.