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Confused about which of your credit cards to use at the local gas station? Fortunately, now there's a smartwatch app for that.
A home renovation can raise your insurance rate - or lead to discounts.
An influx of crowdfunding options provides new ways for needy students to sidestep traditional lenders.
Millennials are keenly focused on trying to take control of their own financial destiny.
When facilities go bankrupt, resident may suddenly find themselves facing homelessness.
Youth sport travel is growing faster than family vacation spending. Here's why, and what it means for family finances.
Financial infidelity might sound sexy. But in fact, it's a serious breach of trust in a relationship and can result in a big argument, or worse.
For all the talk of an increasingly cashless society, experts doubt hard currency will vanish completely.
They may not be the most desirable client segment now, but advisors must find ways to capture the loyalty of Gen X and Gen Y investors.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
Several states may offer retirement savings vehicles for private sector workers.
Saving enough money for retirement is the first step toward building your nest egg, but just as important is where you invest that money.
Looking for more yield from stock investments? Look for companies in a host of industries—from utilities to telecom—that are not overvalued.
How much do you know about dividend investing? Raise your dividend IQ by taking this quiz.
This list from Bankrate should help you answer these questions as well as give you specific gratuity guidelines.
Scammers posing as distressed grandkids are scamming grandparents into sending them money wires and credit cards. FT reports.
Since 2010, average employee contributions have increased $470, and average employer contributions have gone up $400, USA Today reports.
Here are six steps to debt mismanagement, so you will know what to avoid as you juggle your own obligations.
It's more like mortgages have been on staycation. They haven't stirred in weeks.
Home sales are surging, and summer is a big season for real estate deals. Here are eight mistakes first-time homebuyers need to avoid.
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