Personal Finance from Forbes.com

  • Your Finances: Sitcom or Melodrama?
    To make the subject of your personal finances more interesting, try imagining it as a television show or a movie. The scene opens, and there's you, or at least the actor paid to represent you (no doubt someone suitably young and attractive). The question is, when the characters open their mouths, what type of program does it turn out to be?
  • Lessons For Pet Owners From Bacall And Rivers
    If your pet isn't in your estate plans, it's time to remedy that.
  • Becoming Financially Independent: Creating Extra Cash Flow
    After highlighting habits that can make you a millionaire, today we are concentrating on ways to make extra money whether that be having a side job or staying flexible in the labor market.
  • 3-Front Attack On Microsoft's Cloud
    On the surface it seems unwise to bet your business on something as ephemeral as a cloud. Even if you apply tech's appropriation of that term -- a $100 billion market for services that let organizations rent access to information technology -- the cloud seems a little risky as a business proposition.
  • How This Lawyer Ended Up With $350,000 In Debt And Near Poverty-Level Income
    She has a master's and a JD, but she can't buy a house because of her massive student loan debt.
  • 7 Tips For A Better Retirement
    What retirees can do now for a better retirement later.
  • Is Your Pension Imperiled?
    What you don't know about your defined-benefit pension plan can come back to sting you.
  • Use Mutual Funds To Create Retirement Income
    If you are searching for reliable retirement income you might find yourself in a tough situation these days.  Bank CD’s pay close to nothing.  Bonds are expensive and aren’t paying very much interest either.  What’s an investor to do?
  • 10 Chic Granny Flats
    Living overseas is different from just visiting. Before you retire to a foreign country, consider not just the weather and cost of living, but also healthcare; safety; tax and visa requirements; and how friendly the country is to foreigners. Here are some possibilities.
  • When Disaster Strikes, Could You Pick Up Where A Parent Left Off?
    Software enables tech-savvy boomers to consolidate personal, medical and financial information for each family member. We give it a test drive.

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