It is easy to make mistakes in taxes, banking and estate planning when retiring abroad, and they can be costly.
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Six retirees open up about the financial and personal challenges of relocating abroad in retirement.
Steep increases in home prices and mortgage rates have set buyers on divergent financial trajectories—even when they bought only a year or two apart.
A disruption of benefits would strain the budgets of many of the 66 million Americans who get Social Security.
The top five executives at 500 large publicly traded companies held a combined $8.9 billion in the plans, according to two nonprofits.
The IRS announced the largest ever increase to the amount Americans can set aside in HSAs each year.
More Americans are having a harder time keeping up with their car, credit-card and mortgage payments compared with a year earlier.
To tackle the age-old struggle to live within their means, some people are itemizing their spending for all to see on TikTok.
The share of marriages with women breadwinners tripled over the last 50 years.
The Journal has put together a price tracker of common items that many Americans buy monthly to see the direction of prices that matter to you.
Payment apps are tightening credit standards to focus on profitability.
The payments are part of a 2022 settlement over online ads that sent customers to TurboTax’s paid service.
Mortgages will remain pricey, but buyers can take other steps to rein in their costs, financial advisers say.
Most Americans don’t have wills, leaving estate planning to a complicated range of state laws.
What the deal means for deposits, interest rates and FDIC protection.
The fixed-rate portion of the I bonds rises to 0.9%, up from 0.4%.
Workers’ financial confidence for retirement takes the steepest drop since 2008, a survey finds.
Job seekers had leverage to demand bigger pay raises during last year’s hot job market, but companies are no longer paying as big a premium to lure new hires.
Having savings tied to a credit card and payments app could tempt some users into overspending, financial advisers say.