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Here's what your family can learn from the "disappearance" of Casey Kasem, says financial advisor Jerry Lynch.
Too many people fall far behind on their student loan payments for no good reason. Here's how you can avoid that. The NYT reports.
In addition to customer data points, there is an enormous amount of money to be made for businesses catering to the cash-free consumer.
From social networking profiles to online bank accounts, it is essential to plan what will happen to your virtual life once you are gone.
Age-based investing has become an efficient concept to sell investments, but it's also full of myths that fall short of meeting true investor needs.
Mobile health can be part of a cure for rising insurance costs. Here are six preventative health apps that can help consumers and employers.
Married same-sex couples are recognized by the federal government and some states, but couples still must watch for pitfalls.
Whether you win a lottery or get picked in the NFL draft, careful planning is required to avoid going bankrupt, as do most suddenly rich.
Congratulations, graduates! Here's how to get started on the right financial footing.
Square Feedback is a new service that allows merchants to receive instant customer input as part of the payments process.
More sedans come equipped with all-wheel drive, something you'll want for a wet road.
Graduating college students are overwhelmingly expecting on-the-job training, but here's what's really in store.
Here are nine sweet financial aid deals.
Whether you're 25 or 75, you should know these seven things about retirement in the new millennium.
In some areas of the U.S., more than $100,000 in income isn't enough to get you a mortgage.
Brooklyn, N.Y., wedding venue reBar closed abruptly last week, leaving many couples scrambling to make alternate plans. How to protect yourself.
Read on for advice on treating seven common money afflictions that arise from inherited wealth.
Ever wish you could turn off your credit or debit cards? A few companies are launching solutions that allow you to do just that in an effort to combat card fraud.
Here's a look at what's hot in new homes for 2014.
About 65% of those born between 1946 and 1964 plan to work after age 65 or don't plan to retire.
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