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Presidential primaries are a delicate dance for candidates whose views are often not that different, Mitt Romney's former policy director says.
With a college acceptance letter in hand, the next step is figuring out if your student can afford to attend.
A new survey finds only 8 percent of people named contributing to their IRA as their top savings priority.
Volatility has become a market hallmark this year and investors across Asia are grappling with a slew of issues. Here are the top five themes.
Democrats and Republicans have exercised too much caution in dealing with the issue of Chinese currency manipulation, Sen. Chuck Grassley told CNBC on Thursday.
China's economic slowdown has pushed policy makers toward stimulus measures, spurring concerns over whether long-sought reforms may falter.
While the long-term result of a rate increase will be positive for consumers, short term, it's likely to be costly.
San Bernardino has defaulted on nearly $10 million in payments on its privately placed pension bond debt since it declared bankruptcy in 2012.
Why are countries still paying back debt from the wars of the last century and who has to pay the most? CNBC takes a look at who owes what.
Washington needs to "get serious" about the nation's debt to help jump-start the economy's recent "limping rate," ex-Governor and former OMB Director Mitch Daniels warns.
Many companies offer matching 401(k) contributions, but employees don't always take advantage of them.
A new survey finds gas station-branded credit cards charge the highest interest rates on average.
Investors have poured more than $500 million into so-called smart beta funds. Do you need one?
"I think that any relationship between 'Grexit' and Italy is out of place," Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan told CNBC.
Despite industry problems, Santander Consumer USA had little trouble finding buyers for its subprime auto loan bond deal, the NYT reports.
The U.S. Federal debt is becoming a big issue once again as the Fed gears up for a rates hike, the Fiscal Times reports.
Boomers who are supporting their adult children are often putting off retirement as a result, according to a new survey.
Saving for retirement? These investment products may carry more risks than rewards.
New initiatives from President Obama offer new student loan protections and repayment options. Could you benefit?
Wealthy investors estimate they will need a $2.5 million nest egg to retire, according to a new survey.