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Are Americans more inclined to talk about sex over money? CNBC's Sharon Epperson, and Geri Pell, Ameriprise Wealth Advisors, discuss how to get the financial talk started with your partner.
An exclusive analysis of more than 2.5 million portfolios tracked by SigFig found that, on average, women outperformed male investors.
Partners need to work together to make, manage and invest their money, or only one outcome is possible: They lose it all.
When assets are being passed on to kids, trouble can quickly ensue. For people who remarry, prenups and even postnups need to be airtight.
Eight in 10 women have held back on talking about money with the people they are close to, a new study finds. The culprit: Low confidence.
Why are so many women insecure when it comes to investing? Husbands and partners should really care about the answer to this question.
Managing finances together can be challenging. Follow these tips to examine behaviors and figure out the best way to work as a team.
Sharon Epperson advises whether it’s a better choice to buy various companies’ products or their stock for Valentine's Day.
Whether rich or poor, a divorce can be devastating to both the heart and the wallet. Here are mistakes that jack up legal fees.
How much do you really know about your partner's spending habits? Take this quiz to find out. It could make your life a lot 'richer.'
The legendary rock band discuss some of their most notable financial follies.
If you argue with your partner about money and finances, join the club. It's the most common stressor in a relationship, a new survey finds.
Divorce rates rise each January, and money matters play a large role, but these 4 tips and the help of an advisor can ensure wedded bliss.
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The University of Phoenix is under federal investigation for possible deceptive or unfair business practices.
The total number of consumer complaints in the U.S. increased nearly 5 percent in 2014.
The Obama Administration continues a focus on criminal justice, as prisoners could soon be able to apply for Pell grants.