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A new survey finds that more millennials have set financial goals than baby boomers and Generation X.
By doing this, consumers can save considerable amounts on life insurance, the NYT reports.
Employers expect to boost hiring of recent college grads this year, but students currently on the hunt may have missed their shot.
Reloadable prepaid debit cards are growing in popularity as more millennials use them and fees drop, surveys find.
Figure out your net worth, build a solid budget and cut unnecessary expenses to brighten your financial life.
This New York divorce attorney "likes" the idea of divorce by Facebook and says it's just the beginning of getting served by social media.
One Oklahoma tribe is fighting for the right to continue offering Connecticut residents high-rate payday loans.
Many Baby Boomers are neglecting a key part of their retirement plans — creating an estate plan. The USAT reports.
U.S. consumer delinquencies rose slightly in the quarter but remained near record lows as consumers continue to manage their finances cautiously.
Different business schools can help you achieve your goals, whether it be working at Apple or changing the world, The New York Times reports.
Starbucks is expanding its employee college tuition assistance program to cover the entire cost of getting an online bachelor's degree.
There's a good chance you're leaving cash tips for the Transportation Security Administration at the airport, which the agency pockets.
Buying baseball tickets early? That's a swing and a miss if you're looking for deals. Here's when to buy, and which games.
Use the money you received from a tax refund to pay off debt, to boost your savings and to invest.
Two-thirds of Americans have experienced a financial disruption, and half now expect to delay or forgo retirement, a new study found.
Tricks to maximize currency advantages for your European vacation.
Automating savings and bill paying are among the ways you can clean up your finances this spring and save more.
The Tax Foundation estimates Americans will pay $4.8 trillion in taxes in 2015, but some states will contribute more than others.
A focus on financial literacy in schools may not help the audience that needs it most: adults.
Bitcoin's fall has disappointed backers, but it's also led creative thinkers to invent digital currency backed by gold, pot and even manure.