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Are you ready for a Federal Reserve rate hike? The smartest prep may be to improve your credit score.
With tax season behind you, now is a good time to consider how you save your tax returns and other financial documents, NYT reports.
This year's NFL draft will mint scores of new millionaires, but many who get rich quick lose it just as fast. Here are 8 tips to stay rich.
Figuring out how much to save for future health-care costs is one of the toughest parts of retirement planning. Here's what you should know.
Most Americans over age 50 plan to stay in their homes well past age 70, but whether they can afford it is another story.
Sumner Redstone addresses press reports that he decided to make his daughter chairman after he dies.
New surveys show employers value parenting experience. Here's how to showcase those skills.
The old rule that you could withdraw 4 percent a year from your retirement nest egg is out of date. Here's why.
Half of older workers reported age discrimination diminished their employment opportunities. Here's how you can avoid it.
New survey data found few people credit Mom for being a financial influence. Whom did they pick instead?
The 2016 GOP primary race will come down to 3 factors, says Jake Novak. He grades 10 of the candidates. So, who's in the lead?
One in 10 Americans has no credit history, and another 19 million adults have credit reports too limited to score.
A growing chorus of experts say bonds are an increasingly scary place to be. Here’s what to do.
A new study finds that age matters when it comes to retirement readiness.
Americans with an advanced degree are 50 times more likely to become millionaires than those without a high school diploma, according to a new study.
Millennials are becoming managers, and their work-life pressures are mounting, a new study finds. Here's why.
Outside of your Social Security number, your credit score may be the most important number you have. Here's how to improve it.
With student debt ballooning students are trying to raise money through crowdfunding sites to pay their way through college.
Credit card debt and overdue bills increase depression symptoms, according to a new study.
A survey found that 82% of the respondents age 60 and older are, or expect to keep working past the age of 65, USA Today reports.
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