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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.
More than 40 percent of Americans expect no or reduced Social Security benefits in retirement. How to plan for it.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill and other programs offer veterans benefits to assist with their transition back to civilian life.
Last year, short-term rewards and bonuses for workers made up a record 12.7 percent of payrolls, the NYT reports.
Despite strict water restrictions, California's water parks are still wet, fairways are still green and showering at hotels is still possible.
Consumer Federation of America says people who drive less aren't getting price breaks they deserve from most big auto insurance companies.
Simple changes and quick fixes could conserve thousands of gallons a year—and cut your water bill.
The website Poets&Quants has picked the 50 most exceptional MBA graduates this year. Here are a profile of 10 of the best.
Baby boomers' portfolios favor General Electric more than any other stock except one, TD Ameritrade data showed.
Colleges need to adapt to prepare the next generation of business leaders in an age of disruption, says Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor.
Many financial advisors suggest annuities to provide a stable stream of income to avoid running out of retirement money.
A growing number of workers are waiting until their mid-60s or later to claim Social Security benefits. Here's why.
Procrastinators can benefit from summer concert pricing. But if seeing The Grateful Dead is on your bucket list, be prepared to pay up.
You still have time to book an affordable getaway. Here are four ways to plan a trip without blowing your budget.
PayPal will pay $25 million to settle CFPB accusations of illegally signing up and billing consumers for its online credit product, PayPal Credit.
The Federal Trade Commission alleges less than 3 percent of $187 million donated to four cancer charities went to patients.
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