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Financial education programs abound for current and former military service members. How well they work is another story.
Just in time for Veterans Day, efforts are underway to expand financial protections for service members.
Punishment for the sin of being late on a credit card payment is getting slightly less onerous, according to a new report.
Liberal arts majors have gotten the reputation of being unemployable, but new research paints a rosier picture.
College students regularly pile into majors where the job prospects are hot. Whether they will stay that way after graduation is another story.
Engineering, computers, business and liberal arts win out among members of the CNBC NEXT List—if they finished college, that is.
As a new year looms, travel experts are offering some tips that might help road warriors save time and money.
Millennials are shying away from credit cards, but plastic is a great way to build a credit history. Here's what to look for in a card.
People without bank accounts adopt different strategies for managing their money. Some may actually help them stay on budget.
A pair of new surveys shows things aren't getting any easier for the middle class.
Dan Gilbert owns more than 9 million square feet of Detroit, and thinks he can develop good business out of every inch.
STEM careers are not only having a hard time recruiting women, but once they get there, they often want to leave, a new report finds.
CNBC personal finance reporter Sharon Epperson shares some much-needed wallet organization tips with the Today show crew Wednesday morning.
Think of flexible work arrangements and you may imagine a working mother. But men are big users of flex time as well - with different consequences.
CNBC.com personal finance reporter Kelli B. Grant reports on the big changes in effect for the 2014 tax year and how to prepare for them.
One of Wall Street's biggest names said Americans are not nearly as prepared as they should be for retirement, which could be a costly error.
The actress who helped make "Three's Company" a television mega-hit has reinvented herself into a successful entrepreneur.
If your child is trying to impress a college admissions office, it's those unconventional skills that make colleges take notice. Video gaming perhaps?
With four out of five purchases made by debit card or electronically, Sweden is fast becoming a cashless society.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the common beliefs about Millennials, as well as how they spend and save. There's even a group of "supersavers" in this generation.