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No one gets rich by shunning new cars or lattes

No one gets rich by shunning new cars or lattes

Warnings about the dangers of a daily cup of coffee show a misunderstanding about the difference between spending and spending beyond your means.

Florida leads U.S. in the migration of money

Florida leads U.S. in the migration of money

Florida racked up a net gain of $16 billion in adjusted gross income from people moving to the Sunshine State in 2018,

How travel will change in 2020

How travel will change in 2020

From high-tech spas to smaller cruises and zero-footprint trips, here are the trends coming next year.

When AmEx Black just won’t do: A gem-encrusted credit card

When AmEx Black just won’t do: A gem-encrusted credit card

Swiss artisans craft the customized cards inlaid with diamonds, pearls and other precious gems, which can cost around $200,000.

Age 50 and buying a home?

Age 50 and buying a home?

As it has become more difficult for younger generations to get credit, the median age of U.S. homebuyers has climbed to 47.

Genius travel hacks to improve your holiday trips

Genius travel hacks to improve your holiday trips

Here are tips for handling any holiday travel stress.

Ham prices are soaring ahead of the holidays

Ham prices are soaring ahead of the holidays

The second fiddle at many Thanksgiving dinners is becoming more expensive.

Why more seniors are working longer

Why more seniors are working longer

Improved health, along with changes in job characteristics and Social Security rules, are driving the graying workforce.

Airline credit cards are getting a makeover

Airline credit cards are getting a makeover

Card companies are making an aggressive bid to attract new cardholders, retain existing ones and cement loyalty among their fans.

Water funds benefit from rising drought risk

Water funds benefit from rising drought risk

Water-related ETFs took in more money in the first nine months of this year than in any full year since 2007.

Million-dollar homes are shrinking

Million-dollar homes are shrinking

And they're shrinking fastest in Nashville.

Three Roth conversion traps that should be avoided

Three Roth conversion traps that should be avoided

Investors need to be aware of conversion rules so not to cause themselves extra headaches.

The muni market may have seen its best days for 2019

The muni market may have seen its best days for 2019

Low interest rates and a jump in state and local government debt sales suggest municipal bonds will lag Treasuries for the rest of the year.

Business-class travel takes a leaf from the economy playbook

Business-class travel takes a leaf from the economy playbook

Airlines are starting to present business travelers with a variety of fare types and add-ons.

How the richest family on the planet invests

How the richest family on the planet invests

While the Walton family's wealth is still anchored by Walmart, the younger generation has an entrepreneurial bent.