James E. McWhinney

James E. McWhinney

James McWhinney has been a professional writer for nearly two decades. He has worked for many of the nation's top mutual fund providers and banks in addition to numerous magazines, websites and other publications. He specializes in financial services and travel.

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  1. Retirement

    Introduction to Social Security

    You've probably contributed to this fund, but will you reap the benefits? Find out here.
  2. Credit & Loans

    Healthcare Credit Cards: Easy but Risky

    Do you need help paying for a medical procedure? Are you struggling with medical copayments? A healthcare credit card can help if you use it wisely.
  3. Retirement

    Change These 5 Habits & Build Up Your Nest Egg

    Saving for retirement is a long-term goal. See if any of these five easy-to-get-into habits are quietly undermining your ability to save for retirement.
  4. Credit & Loans

    How Does a CareCredit Healthcare Credit Card Work?

    Healthcare credit cards can help you handle hefty medical bills. A closer look at CareCredit, the largest card provider, reveals some of the perils, too.
  5. Retirement

    How Much Money Do You Need to Retire at 56?

    Who wouldn't want to retire early and enjoy the good life? The question is, "How much will it cost?" Here's a quick and dirty way to get an answer.
  6. Retirement

    Getting Through the Medicare Part D Maze

    Having trouble sorting through your prescription drug coverage options? Try these solutions to finding the right Medicare Part D option.
  7. Retirement

    No, Social Security Is Not Being Depleted

    There are a number of reasons why concerns over Social Security depletion have emerged, but there are ways you can prepare for it.
  8. Entrepreneurship

    Franchise vs. Startup? How to Decide

    For you, self-employment is definitely the name of the game. But which route is better: opening a franchise or starting a business from scratch?
  9. Retirement

    How to Make Your Own Retirement Fund

    Making sure you have a large enough nest egg to retire on is a challenge. Here's how to accomplish the task, one step at a time.
  10. Home & Auto

    5 Luxury Cars with Low Resale Value

    Don't buy these cars new – but (if you crave one) they might be more worth buying when they're used. Here's why.
  11. Home & Auto

    Luxury Cars with the Best Resale Value

    Autos rarely appreciate in value. But if you want a set of wheels that'll least hold its value over time, these cars can go the distance.
  12. Entrepreneurship

    Raises or Bonuses Better for Small Business Staff?

    Weigh the pros and cons of each and strike the right balance to retain a top-tier staff and a healthy bottom line for your business.
  13. Investing

    Israel-U.S. Relations: Economic Aspects You Didn't Know

    The relationship between the United States and Israel is a lightning rod for controversy and is mired in politics and emotion.
  14. Personal Finance

    ‘I Just Inherited Money’ Now What?

    If you’re lucky enough to inherit money when you're young, here's how to hold on to it.
  15. Home & Auto

    The Best (and Worst) Times to Buy a Car

    Timing your purchase – along with some attention to the features you need – can save you thousands on your new wheels.
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