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October may bring a partial government shutdown, which could hit the more than 400 U.S. parks and sites that draw millions each year.
A little known tax break could save many Americans up to $1,000 a year. Sharon Epperson explains.
Cruise giant Carnival Corp. is putting the finishing touches on its newest travel destination in the Dominican Republic.
More people are waiting longer to claim Social Security benefits, which can boost their monthly checks by up to 76 percent.
Millennials struggle as they work to build their own financial independence while also dealing with concerns about their parents' finances.
Daniel Carder appears an unlikely type to take down one of the world's most powerful companies, but he may have done exactly that.
Too many millennials are saving much less than they should for retirement. Here are the targets they need to hit.
Based on a ranking of graduates in financial management, the University of Pennsylvania beats Harvard on a Wall Street college scorecard.
Harvard's endowment returns were driven by stock profits, venture capital investments in technology, and real estate investments.
A new analysis ranks schools based on graduates' income after student loan payments.
PricewaterhouseCoopers hopes to set the company apart in the recruitment process with this new benefit, USA Today reports.
The financial crisis may be seven years in the past, but its effects still linger over baby boomers and Generation X.
Studies show that millennials are actually pretty practical when it comes to buying a used car. But there are steps they can take to save even more.
Government loans make up the lion's share of the trillion dollar industry, and that's the problem, says Richard Hunt. Here's a solution.
Does owning a red car mean you'll pay more for auto insurance? Forty-four percent of Americans think so, but it's not the case.
You're not alone. Many investors struggle to calculate the right target for a comfortable retirement.
We must show young women from a young age that STEM careers aren't just for boys, says "Big Bang Theory" actress Mayim Bialik.
You may have received a new credit card or debit card with a computer chip embedded in it in the mail recently.
The average interest rate on store credit cards was 23.2 percent in 2014 and not all offers are the same.
Americans are increasingly confident they are on track with retirement saving. Whether they are right is another matter.
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