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The Dow fell over 1,000 points for the second day this week — here’s what to do with your money right now

The Dow Jones and the S&P 500 have been taking investors for a wild ride lately, but it's not time to cash out — especially if you're investing for retirement.
New Zealand and Australia top the list.

Forget Florida, here are the 24 best places to retire around the world

Affordability, healthcare, weather, and happiness are all factors to consider in a place to retire.
Ask for a raise — or change jobs.

8 things you can do today to be richer in 2018

Finding cheaper housing can help you save more with little effort, as can buying a rental property.

It’s not too late to make extra cash during the holidays — here are 7 quick and simple ways

We put together some quick and commitment-free ways to add a little jingle to your pockets during the holiday season.

Here are the ages you financially peak at everything throughout life — from salary to net worth

Your retirement account is most likely to hit $1 million around age 59.

Baby boomers could end up $227,000 richer if they stop bankrolling their adult children

Parents who pay for their adult children might be hurting their retirement savings.
Women become millionaires at a younger age than men do.

This is the age when most people become millionaires

It's easier to reach millionaire status if you have a high-paying job, but that's not the only way.
What goes up, must come down.

Americans are feeling better about their money today than a decade ago — but there’s a catch

Americans' optimism comes at at time when the US economy continues to grow and stocks continue to soar.
Ryan Hudson, cofounder of Honey.

A struggling dad built an app to buy his kids cheaper pizza — and now his company has 5 million downloads and $40 million

When Ryan Hudson founded Honey in 2012, consumers loved it, but he couldn't get investors on board. Today, it's an entirely different story.
Be specific about your savings.

There’s a better way to save money now to build wealth in the future

Jesse Mecham, author of "You Need a Budget," says you should dedicate funds to specific types of financial crises, instead of having one generic emergency fund.