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You've come across a sum of unexpected cash. The question then: What do you do? USA Today reports.
College costs may be soaring, but American families are saving less money for higher education. The Fiscal Times reports.
About half of American families are saving for college, according to a new report, but they're putting their cash in the wrong accounts.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is coming down on illegal overdraft fees, fining Regions Bank $7.5 million.
Whether the Supreme Court rules that same-sex marriage should be legal or not, the decision will have financial implications for same-sex couples.
Nearly four in 10 millennials say they worry about their financial future at least once a week.
Advisors are fielding more client calls than ever as markets soar, the Fed ponders a rate rise and health costs continue to escalate.
Nearly 5 million taxpayers will file an amended income tax return this year. Among them? Here's what you should know.
In a world of instant gratification, it's important to learn to save and manage money. Here are 20 novel ways to save and build a nest egg.
Organic food often costs more than the standard alternative. Here's when shelling out the money makes the most sense—and how to save.
Most Americans know they should be saving more, but new surveys reveal few of them are actually doing it.
Expectant couples fight the most over maternity leave issues, according to a new NerdWallet survey. How to make sure you're ready for the income loss.
The old rule of thumb for drawing down retirement savings—4 percent a year—no longer works, new research shows. Here's what does.
Several apps offered on the Apple Watch want to help you with budgeting, saving and investing. Will they work?
Slimming your TV bill may be tougher than you think. Providers' new slim bundles don't always cut your costs.
Traditional financial advisors and new automated robo-advisor competition differ in price, services, approach and degree of personalization.
Fair or not, how can millenials overcome negative stereotypes when trying to get a job or get ahead in their current job?
When millennials invest, they often chase the wrong names with costly consequences, says a 30-year-old portfolio manager.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses factors that can challenge an early retirement and how to calculate when the time is right for you.
Financial abuse can devastate an older person, with losses totaling $30,000 on average, but this can keep it at bay.
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