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What's your mortgage rate? When will your emergency savings run out? Are you being paid fairly? The money questions you can't answer—but should.
Americans are losing sleep at night worrying about financial stress. Here is Jean Chatzky's advice on how to get more hours of rest, TODAY reports.
White House economics advisor Jason Furman tells CNBC that Obama's budget "reflects his value of middle-class economics."
Considering using a robo-advisor? Ask these three questions before you do.
The standoff between Athens and its creditors that exploded into the open on Wednesday has focused on pension reforms. The Financial Times reports.
Lost entrepreneurship and innovation from debt-ridden college graduates hurt the U.S. economy, a university president said.
Returning from Saudi Arabia, Sen. John McCain tells CNBC he's most concerned about the threat posed by Iran.
Eurogroup talks ended after only about an hour as Greece and its creditors were apparently still far from a deal.
Greece's new Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says the government will look to "end the vicious cycle" of bailout and borrowing.
The euro may be the Charlie Brown of currencies. Like the comic character, it's under a cloud of negatives, with analysts tipping further downside.
As wrangling between Greece and its creditors continues, CNBC takes a look at where the country's debt problems began...
If 529 plans get taxed, a Roth IRA can be another tax-free option for saving for college.
Young, old or in the middle — it's totally possible to start saving up more. Here are a few tips on how to save money at any age, TODAY reports.
The negative analyst report that decked AirAsia shares finally went into wide release, accusing the airline of being a "new dog playing old tricks."
Venezuela may be down to its last lifeline as oil prices continue to plummet, and the country needs financial backing more than ever.
Does the market really care about what happens in Greece? NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari weighs in.
Nearly 20 percent of Americans have debt that they've hidden from their partners, according to a new report from Haven Life.
About 4.4 million men and 2.8 million women have hidden a bank or credit card account from their partner. And that's not all.
Prenuptial agreements aren't just for the rich. Here's why more couples are choosing to sign a contract before saying "I do."
Almost a third of Americans have no emergency savings at all, according to a new Bankrate survey. How to tell if you have enough put aside.