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Don't Get Taken for A Ride This Summer At the Theme Park

Don't Get Taken for A Ride This Summer At the Theme Park

By Liz Weston | May 23
Peak season means peak pricing. Admission discounts can be hard to find, and nearby hotels jack up their rates. If you're determined to visit a theme park this summer, here's how to rein in costs while keeping your sanity.

After 50 Years of Publication, Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine Folds

After 50 Years of Publication, Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine Folds

May 22
The iconic culture magazine Interview, founded by Andy Warhol and British journalist John Wilcock, is shutting down after nearly 50 years of publication.

Retiring to Ocean Breezes and Cheap Rent. What's the Catch?

Retiring to Ocean Breezes and Cheap Rent. What's the Catch?

By Liz Weston | May 18
The world is full of tropical paradises and other exotic places where a couple can live comfortably on $2,000 a month or less. If living more cheaply is the only reason you'd retire to another country, though, you're likely to be unhappy.

Ask Brianna: 5 Money Mistakes 20-Somethings Make

Ask Brianna: 5 Money Mistakes 20-Somethings Make

By Brianna McGurran | May 17
These are the five most common money mistakes 20-somethings make; post them on your fridge and do your best to sidestep them.

Worried Hawaii Homeowners Ask: Am I Covered for Volcanos?

Worried Hawaii Homeowners Ask: Am I Covered for Volcanos?

By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher | May 16
Some homeowners believe fire coverage will suffice for homes burned by fire from the lava. However, there are exceptions.

Giuliani's Confusing Media Statements May Hurt His Business

Giuliani's Confusing Media Statements May Hurt His Business

By Richard Lardner | May 16
Lawyer Rudy Giuliani's decision to join Trump's legal team could backfire on the former New York mayor if potential clients of his international consulting business view him as too erratic and go elsewhere for representation, according to legal experts.

Insider Q&A: Insurers Look Beyond Medical Bills to Cut Costs

Insider Q&A: Insurers Look Beyond Medical Bills to Cut Costs

By Tom Murphy | May 14
Health insurers are moving beyond medical claims. They want to know if you have a ride to the doctor's office or if you're eating right too.

Ask Brianna: You Know You're A Financial Adult When...

Ask Brianna: You Know You're A Financial Adult When...

By Brianna McGurran | May 14
Financial adulthood, or managing money responsibly, isn't tied to an age or a milestone like starting your first "real job."

What to Know Before Saying 'Yes' to An Online Wedding Dress

What to Know Before Saying 'Yes' to An Online Wedding Dress

By Laura McMullen | May 13
No matter the site, adding a dress to a virtual cart doesn't pack the same emotional punch as buying one in person - and that can lead to a more clear-headed purchase.

Don't Let Your Credit Die of Neglect

Don't Let Your Credit Die of Neglect

By Liz Weston | May 10
Credit scores can die relatively quickly: While closed accounts in good standing typically remain on credit reports for 10 years, lenders often stop updating those accounts soon after they're closed.

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