Best Money Advice from MarketWatch

From planning for retirement and buying and selling real estate to the ethics and etiquette of your financial affairs, managing your money can be overwhelming. Luckily, experts at MarketWatch are here to answer your questions about money. Retirement reporter Alessandra Malito, Personal Finance editor Quentin Fottrell and real estate reporter Jacob Passy respond to reader queries in these MarketWatch advice columns.

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    Help Me Retire

    Saving for retirement is one of the most important things you can do, but it seems increasingly harder to save enough while many major expenses in our lives keep rising. In this column, we answer questions from readers in their 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s. The questions contain a lot of specifics, and we include advice from multiple retirement-saving experts in our answers.

    I retired at 50, went back to work at 53, and then a medical issue left me jobless

    I retired at 50, went back to work at 53, and then a medical issue left me jobless

    The Moneyist

    What if your brother is trying to squeeze you out of your parents' will, or how do you handle it when a friend asks to borrow thousands of dollars? MarketWatch's Moneyist, Quentin Fottrell, provides advice on some of life's thorniest issues.

    The Big Move

    Mortgage rates are near historic lows, but there are fewer single-family homes for sale than there have been in many years. It's a tricky time to figure out how and where to buy a home, and our Big Move columnist is here to answer readers' real estate questions.

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