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You may have heard in the wake of last year's massive Target data breach that customers aren't liable for fraudulent charges. But is that true?
Last week, a Wall Street watchdog group issued a warning to savers about CD rates that seem too good to be true.
Some $59 trillion will be passed down by 2061, and for charities, the potential is huge. Here's how they can tap the flow.
Some courts in California offer one-day divorces for people who either can't afford to, or don't want to, hire a lawyer. The NYT reports.
Read on to learn four saving strategies that the rich rely on.
Regrets? Those who take Social Security before full retirement age have a few, according to a survey by Nationwide Insurance.
When it comes to retirement, is a million dollars enough? Some financial experts say that it's not. Here is what you need to know.
While most donations stem from a desire to do good, there's no denying that tax deductions are big incentives, say advisors.
You can't control hurricanes, but you can minimize losses and save on insurance.
Advisors are starting to specialize in niche markets and look to less-wealthy clients as competition for high-net-worth customers increases.
Millionaires make some of the same investment mistakes as everyone else. It's just that their mistakes can cost more.
College isn't all about studying, but students need to know how to keep a lid on spending. Here's how to set a budget with your student.
Each has its pros and cons. Learn the trade-offs in selecting ETFs versus mutual funds.
If you live in the Sun Belt, chances are you're paying more for your utilities.
Invest new earnings in high-risk, high-growth stocks, but regular reallocation of existing savings to a mix of asset classes makes sense.
Consumers moving this summer could face higher costs amid a shortage of drivers. How to save.
Hurricane season starts June 1, and homeowners may not be as covered by their insurance policies as they think. Six big gaps to watch for.
Parents of special needs kids should draft trusts and select caregivers and beneficiaries carefully, with expert help.
Many working poor Americans fall into the cycle of payday loans, which can trigger deeper debt. A search for financial solutions.
Traveling overseas? Make sure your credit card does not charge a foreign transaction fee.
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