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The decision to loosen capital controls on inbound funds comes amid heightening concerns about capital outflows, the FT reports.
Consumers have complained about advertisements claiming that Americans can receive retirement benefits from Canada.
Receiving an inheritance doesn't substantially improve retirement readiness, new research shows. How not to blow your windfall.
Some people would go great lengths to have their student loan debts forgiven, according to a MyBankTracker.com survey.
GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie says the real work isn't at the debates, but on the ground in the early contest states.
An aging population, lack of retirement savings and rising health costs mean more adults to will be caregivers to their parents.
Although the majority of millennials said they need life insurance, only 11 percent said they're likely to buy it.
More than 43 million adults are providing unpaid care to a loved one. How to prepare if you might someday need care.
More than 43 million adults are providing unpaid care to a loved one. How to prepare if you are or might someday be a caregiver.
After the Credit CARD Act, the number of college kids getting cards has dropped. But credit cards are a good way to build credit if you do it right.
Amerrica’s credit card debt is the largest it's been since the Great Recession, according to a new analysis.
A Georgetown University study finds that the number of working students has grown as college enrollment and tuition have increased.
Work and personal finances dominate Americans' every thought, according to a new survey. They each take up about a quarter of our brainpower.
Consumers are getting a better grade when it comes to how they use credit these days. Here's what you can do.
A handshake might not be enough to keep family relations intact – and stay on the right side of the IRS, reports the Fiscal Times.
Thanks to a tiny amendment in last week's budget bill, you may soon be getting a lot more robocalls on your cellphone.
Women working full time earn about 78 percent of what men do, based on median earnings data. But the gender wealth gap is even wider.
Health-care expenses in retirement are climbing. Sharon Epperson shares tips on how to plan to make sure you're covered.
Jeb Bush tells CNBC his tax plan would help fuel growth by empowering Americans and creating an environment for investment.
Generation Y is making big mistakes with credit, from applying for cards they don't qualify for to shunning plastic altogether.
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