Thursday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Getting real about health costs in retirement. Also in the news: Watch your credit card rewards pile up with these 5 tips, learning the different types of mutual funds, and how hackers can steal your data at airports.

Let’s Get Real About Health Costs in Retirement
Making costs easier to predict.

Watch your credit card rewards pile up with these 5 tips

What Are the Different Types of Mutual Funds?
Learn the basics.

How Hackers Can Steal Your Data at Airports
Protecting more than just your luggage.

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Comments

  1. Robert lentz says

    I am 72 and my wife is 54. We married almost 11 years ago. Our house is paid off and it is solely in my name. I have a living trust and she is the sole beneficiary of my estate, including the house. She would like to be added to the house deed. Are there any future tax or other negative ramifications if we do this now?