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According to a survey, 86 percent of Americans thinks it's not at all acceptable to cheat on taxes. Only 60 percent are motivated by fear of an audit.
When it comes to tax refunds, many Americans say they plan to do something virtuous with the money they get back. But that's not what really happens.
Richard Cordray, the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, urged banks to give people free access to their credit scores.
H&R Block and Jackson Hewitt are making major efforts this season to help customers sign up for Obamacare.
In his book "Get Rich Carefully," CNBC's "Mad Money" host explains how spotting long-term megatrends can help investors surf the wave of profitability.
When the market is flying high, Mad Money host Jim Cramer says go to cash and prepare to buy the next selloff.
A survey finds about 1 in 4 big bank customers say they may switch banks in the coming year and join a local bank or credit union.
Most financial advisers usually warn against 401(k) loans or withdrawals. Why? It's wiser to build up the nest egg for your golden years.
Philip Seymour Hoffman's will was 10 years old, and experts say that was just one of the problems.
More than 1 in 4 Americans have more credit card debt than emergency savings, a sign that many are still struggling to find firm financial footing.
When it comes to love and money, many financial experts agree that one of the best ways to avoid friction over finances is to have the "money talk."
The U.S. Treasury has received nearly $1 million in donations so far this year.
The big question is what type of smart cards will US banks issue: Will they require a PIN code for authentication or simply a signature?
A couple in their 30s wants to know if they're saving enough for their future. CNBC's Sharon Epperson offers some advice.
For this Valentine's Day, how about making a money date? CNBC's Sharon Epperson says when it comes to love and finances the best way to avoid friction is to have the "money talk."
Mad Money host Jim Cramer helps young investors take charge of their retirement funds and explains how to start your Roth IRA.
It can be tempting to borrow against your workplace retirement account, but does it ever make sense? Here's a Q&A with a pro.
Several developments related to the Affordable Care Act will be hitting many filers this tax season, but they also need to watch issues that could affect them next year.
In his new book, "Get Rich Carefully," CNBC's Mad Money host Jim Cramer tells how to find value stocks in hot industry, tech and service sectors.
Investing icon Jack Bogle discusses a simple principle that defines investment success even during the most volatile times: the magic of compounding.