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#475 Home Energy Audit Checklist – 5 Important Steps

A home energy audit is designed to identify improvements that will add comfort and enhance the performance of your HVAC system.#1 Identify air leakage areas.To achieve a higher level of energy efficiency, it's important to find air leaks in your home. If the weathe... see more

#454 Life Insurance vs. IRA for Retirement Saving

If your employer matches a portion of your 401(k) contribution, these accounts are an obvious place to start squirreling away retirement funds. But where do you go once you've taken full advantage of these matching funds, or if your place of work doesn't offer any?A lot of workers continue... see more

#381 Top 7 Cities For Retiring In Thailand

Known for its white sand beaches, crystal clear water and beautiful climate, plus its ruins of ancient kingdoms, many present-day temples and, of course, Thai cuisine, Thailand offers a mix of everything from vibrant cosmopolitan cities to quiet waterside towns. Over the years, Thailand has turne... see more

#375 How Much Money Do You Need to Retire in Uruguay?

Located between Argentina and Brazil, Uruguay is the second smallest country in South America, spanning only 68,039 square miles. While it may be small in size, this coastal country is a big hit with retirees around the globe. In fact, "International Living" magazine ranked Uruguay as the world's... see more

#256 Tax Documents You Should Always Keep

Once you've filed your tax return, you probably don't feel like keeping all the papers – W-2, 1099s and more – or even thinking about taxes. But there are some documents you want to retain indefinitely. Making a practice of keeping papers you'll need for the future will pay off in tax savings... see more

#232 Best Ways To Purchase Cheap Airline Tickets

If you walk down the aisle of any commercial airlines flight, you're likely to find that your fellow passengers paid significantly different amounts for the same types of seats, depending on when and how they purchased them.We decided to put some of these methods to the test. Here's what w... see more

#206 The Basics of Roth IRA Contribution Rules

If you are working, you may be able to contribute to a Roth IRA. This type of retirement savings account allows you to take tax-free withdrawals of your contributions at any time and tax-free withdrawals of earnings on contributions after a five-year holding period (assuming you are at least 59½... see more

#158 Preserving Wealth Despite High Healthcare Costs

It's true what they say: "Two things in life are certain -- death and taxes." What can be most difficult to prepare for are the unforeseen occurrences resulting from serious illness. How we hedge our wealth against these events that have the potential to irrevocably weaken the financial stabil... see more

#139 5 Ways to Stretch Your Retirement Dollars

Retirement can last more than twenty years, yet many people don't have enough money saved to get through one decade, let alone two. Consider this: according to the National Institute on Retirement Security, working-age households have, on average, $3,000 saved for retirement, while people nearing... see more

#114 Under the Tuscan Sun: Buying Real Estate in Italy

The allure of Tuscany has been so strong for so long that you might think nothing short of a major earthquake could shake the region's foreign real estate market. But for Italy, the 2008 financial crisis was an earthquake of sorts, and the region is only now showing signs of recovery.Those... see more

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