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Engineering schools top the list of best colleges for return on investment.
Your risk of an audit may be lower this year, but it still makes sense to prepare for questions from the IRS.
The average retirement age, which rose for years, seems to be stabilizing, a study finds. That leaves many short on savings.
The educator-only pension fund has moved away from fixed income amid low yields and an uncertain interest rate environment.
A new study reveals stark differences in how baby boomers, Generation X and millennials handle their money.
The recommendation that people should put more money aside in investments is bleeding savers dry. The NYT reports.
Assets in 529 college savings plans reached a record $247.9 billion in 2014, but the average balance will barely cover a year at public college.
If your mobile payment app isn't accepted everywhere, one company has come up with a fix.
While Gallup has found half of us feel we paid too much in taxes in 2014, some taxes are more hated than others, the Fiscal Times reports.
The administration's proposed 2016 budget would now impose required minimum distributions for Roth IRAs.
Several for-profit colleges have moved to drop out of the business, in favor of a more traditional approach. The New York Times reports.
Investors bet banks that focus on consumers will grow faster than firms that concentrate on Wall Street. New York Times reports.
How to know if your financial advisor is putting your interests above his or her own bottom line.
NBA star LeBron James is upset with colleges who are already trying to recruit his son, 10-year-old LeBron Jr.
Investors see worse returns during the periods surrounding marriage and divorce, according to research released this month.
In one of the most astounding situations in the financial world, Max-Herve George has a way to invest with 20-20 hindsight, the FT reports.
Walt Disney Co. and Universal Orlando just raised ticket prices to more than $100 on a one-day ticket, but most visitors won't have to pay that much.
American Express is catering to the affluent once again after taking several blows to its business, the NYT reports.
More than a third of Americans have no savings, a new study finds, and many are living paycheck to paycheck.
First in Detroit, then in Stockton, Calif., and now in New Jersey, judges and other top officials are challenging public pensions. The NYT reports.
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