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Nevada became the second state to offer tax credits to employers who make matching contributions to 529 plans. Will this boost college savings?
At least 70 percent of retirees will need some kind of long-term care. Here's how you can pay for it.
Medicare turned 50 in better financial shape than some experts had predicted. But funding changes may be coming.
As industries go digital, workers are finding high paying salaries after learning to code, The New York Times reports.
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Jobs search site CareerCast.com released its list of the 10 most dangerous and safest U.S. jobs.
Most older workers say they want to work past age 65. Whether employers are doing what's needed to keep them is another matter.
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Married same-sex couples have to deal with state laws that treat their finances differently than married opposite-sex couples.
Life insurers dabble in values-based investing, financial education and online savings tools to reach millennials.
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After quitting a well-paying job as a Venture Capitalist, Michelle Lam starts a bra company.
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Family caregivers are taking on more complicated medical tasks, providing $470 billion in unpaid care each year.
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The "Power Lunch" panel discusses the job market for the "lost generation" and debate programs like the Starbucks education program.
The average Millennial is $47,689 in debt, mostly from student loans, and that amount increases as they age. But there is a way out from under.
You don't need a degree in business, engineering or technology to get a high-paying job. Here's how to find, and land, a good position in your field.
Three steps you can take to ensure you don't outlive your money in retirement.