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NewsWatch: Worst money mistakes you can make at any age
Everyone makes mistakes with money. Avoid these financial blunders at any stage of life.
Elizabeth O'Brien's Retire Well: Estate planning: It’s never too early to start
Though it may sound morbid, many experts say that you should start discussing estate planning as soon as your kids reach adulthood.
Elizabeth O'Brien's Retire Well: Boomers: Why Obamacare open enrollment matters to you
Many Obamacare health insurance plans will change their premiums and doctor networks in 2015, so it pays to pay attention.
Slide Show: 10 ways consumers can lower their health-care costs
To avoid getting squeezed by rising medical costs, patients need to become better, smarter and more demanding consumers.
Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks edge higher in thin trade
After a robust snap-back rally last week, U.S. stocks struggle to maintain their momentum at the beginning of a Christmas-shortened week.
How to fly on a private jet for under $200 per person
The allure of private plane travel is strong thanks to how uncomfortable both the airport and flying experience have become. Here are some ways to save.
The Ratings Game: Classic smartphone not the blockbuster BlackBerry needs
The Classic and Passport smartphones aren’t enough on their own to help BlackBerry return to sustainable profitability.
Market Extra: Coffee soars 58% in 2014; oil, Russia left behind
Coffee futures are taking a hit but are still up nearly 58% so far in 2014 to be among the top performing investments of the year, while it’s probably no surprise oil and Russian stocks lag the pack.
The Moneyologist: Should I spend as much on my holiday gift as my wealthy friend?
I’ve noticed an element of competition creeping into our gift-giving over the years. Should I up my game this year?
Economic Outlook: From pariah to hero — why Europe is where to invest next year
A lot is falling into place for Europe next year — lower oil prices, a weaker euro and possibly more easing from the ECB — that should make it one of best places to invest, according to major investment banks.