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Use A Health Savings Account To Maximize Your Retirement Money

Your health savings account (HSA) can help you save (tax-free) for medical expenses that health insurance won’t cover. But it can also help you build long-term wealth for retirement, which might be a better way to use it.

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Why You Will Need $2 Million To Retire

If you are in your 20s or 30s, you could need to save at least $2 million to be able to retire comfortably. Learn the reasons behind that scary (but realistic) number.

20 best commission-free ETFs for new investors.

The 20 Best Commission-Free Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)

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.

Credit & Debt
How secured credit cards works.

Bad Credit? No Credit? Secured Credit Cards Are Your Friend

It’s somewhat like a debit card, but it builds credit. It works like a credit card—you can book a hotel or rent a car—and yet, you deposit cash before you can use it. Get to know how secured credit cards work and—if you’re trying to build credit—why they might be right for you.

SoFi Review:

SoFi Offers Low-Interest Loans Without A Bank

SoFi loans money for nearly any purpose, but it’s not a bank (and doesn’t use FICO scores). Learn more about SoFi personal loans, student loans, and more.

Real Estate

How Much House Can You Afford?

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.


Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early?

Getting rid of debt is a good thing, right? In most cases, yes. But paying off your mortgage early comes with risks. Here’s how to decide whether paying off your mortgage early is right for you.