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Put off by actively managed funds' subpar performance and fees, investors are putting more money into index funds and ETFs. Should you?
These credit cards offer low interest rates and can help cardholders pay off their holiday debt.
According to a two-part study, many shoppers ended up spending more than they planned to over the holidays.
The data leak affecting up to 10 percent of Morgan Stanley wealth management clients may result in phishing hassles and fraud headaches.
Financial resolutions are no easy feat, but they are manageable. Here are four to keep in mind in 2015 and beyond.
The flu has hit "epidemic" levels, but there are still some steps you can take to limit your chances of getting infected this season.
To save on big-ticket purchases like a home, car or flat-screen TV, buy at the right time. But when is that, exactly?
December is the most popular month to get engaged. Here's what you need to know to plan your big day in 2015
With his personal fortune having fallen by half amid a rout in oil prices, the CEO of Continental Resources changed his mind about his divorce settlement.
The rent bubble" in the U.S. will vanish when more millennials start families and buy houses, an investment advising CEO said.
Alpha Phi Alpha is facing a $3 million lawsuit from a Bowie State University student claiming he was hazed while pledging.
2014 was the deadliest year in almost a decade for passenger flights. Yet the data shows flying is safer than ever.
Many women fear they won't have enough money for retirement, but they can take several steps to make sure that doesn't happen. USAToday reports.
A military couple had to change their wedding venue at the request of the White House, according to NBC News.
The 2015 wage hikes in 21 states will boost the hourly wage of 2.4 million workers, reports USA Today.
Here are five things to watch in the housing market in 2015, says Damian Maldonado, co-founder of American Financing Corp.
Need to make room for all those holiday gifts? Donate or resell some of your older stuff and get a tax break or cash back, too.
Some stores are making it easier to return or exchange gifts by offering longer return periods, and there are even apps to do it.
On some domestic and international flights, paper or electronic boarding passes come packed with a wide variety of on-the-ground bonuses.
If a dud gift isn't bad enough, some stores make it difficult to return an unwanted present—especially if you don't have a gift receipt.
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