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The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration is predicting a "below normal" hurricane season, but losses are still expensive if you're unprepared.
New data show that people who retire early are distinct from other retirees.
The former Fed chair is speaking out. Investors shouldn't listen, says Michael Pento.
Despite the benefits that come from higher minimum wages, some experts say it may be too little, too late, NBC News reports.
Airline deregulation fostered new players. Now, financial regulation is enabling nimble start-ups in financial services, Stephen Dash says.
The IRS data breach impacts many more people than taxpayers think, conman-turned-consultant Frank Abagnale said.
The Fed's monetary policy is behind the curve once more, says Michael Farr.
The Chuck Lorre Family Foundation established a scholarship fund for students in STEM fields at UCLA, USA Today reports.
Austerity-hit Europeans are putting money they would have spent on celebrations into property instead.
Some digital wallets aren't giving users all the discounts they have earned. Here's how to fix it.
This four-step process helps you save for retirement and keep your kid's college fund on track.
A new analysis by job search website CareerCast names jobs in science and engineering as top choices for women.
When it comes to planning for long-term health-care costs, the rich are a lot like most Americans—they haven't given it much thought.
Worried about data breaches? Three ways to protect your personal information online.
Here's how to get your questions about retirement benefits answered quickly.
Criminals have some financial data on more than 100,000 taxpayers. Here's how to protect yourself.
As many as 4 in 10 people are not saving anything for their retirement, a new study finds, but a few countries do better.
Charter Communications' plan to acquire Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks could slow price hikes and improve service.
The years right before and after retirement are especially risky for investors, experts say. Here's how to navigate them.
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