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Here's the real problem with our education system today, says SU professor Bill Coplin.
The average American consumer needs better credit options so they can build a nest-egg for a more secure future, says Elevate CEO Ken Rees.
A new analysis details the additional benefits one same-sex couple would receive if they are considered a married couple by Social Security.
In the search for retirement income in a low-yield world, multi-asset ETFs are becoming more popular with financial advisors and investors.
A new survey shows that Americans are deeply pessimistic about economic mobility partly because of high housing costs.
Finding the right mix of stocks, bonds and other investments in a portfolio depends on a combination of age, needs and experience.
The National University of Singapore topped a ranking of Asia's top universities, underscoring the country's position as a leading educational hub.
The New Jersey Supreme Court reversed a lower court's rejection of Chris Christie's pension cuts.
Seventeen states have considered bills to create state-sponsored retirement plans for private-sector employees this year.
Follow these four tips to keep things professional on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Parents overwhelmingly recognize the importance of a college education, but fewer are willing to pay for it, a new survey finds.
Bankrate names its best and worst cities for retirement based on cost of living, crime, health care and taxes.
Vacation rental listings are growing fast in some areas, and they're not your typical summer beach destinations.
If you're ready to tie the knot, ask yourself, how well do you know the love of your life financially?
Car sales are red hot right now. So which vehicle gives consumers the best bang for their buck?
Cars are practically flying off the lots, despite concerns over the economy. Which ones offer the best value?
A little prep work could save you substantially on dining out, amusement parks and other vacation plans.
New surveys find Generation X is increasingly anxious about retirement.
Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and Janet Yellen: women close to retirement age still changing the world. Of course, they are outliers in many ways.
A new report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finds that reverse mortgage advertisements can be misleading.
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