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New research finds a late-career job switch could be the key to working longer.
You can get your taxes done at no cost. See if you qualify.
When most attached people give to charity, they do it with their partner, according to a survey by Fidelity Charitable.
Now that you have your W-2s and 1099s in hand, it's time to review them for errors and financial opportunities.
When your financial advisor tells you on how to invest your retirement savings, is he or she putting your best interest first?
Don't take out more debt for school than you really need. Here's how to tell.
Pack your bags, there are a dozen cities in America where you can live large on a average salary.
These couples are living large around the world, and for free.
Better amp up that emergency fund. A new study shows unexpected medical bills spike in March and April.
Another battle over savings plans is brewing. This time, lawmakers are pushing back against programs that offer IRAs to private-sector workers.
Zillow says more unmarried couples are diving into the real estate market. Here's how to protect your interest in that new home.
Nearly half of those who tried internet dating said it led to a serious long-term relationship or marriage.
People who aim to retire in their 30s, 40s and 50s are using a withdrawal strategy designed for a 30-year time frame.
A U.S. federal judge upheld an Obama-era rule designed to avoid conflicts of interests when brokers give retirement advice.
You can share your life with someone, but you may not share the details of your finances — namely your spending.
Moving overseas doesn't absolve you of your requirement to file with the IRS. But it does give you some opportunities.
Hiring your child to work with the family business can be a smart tax move. Here's how to make it work for your family.
Time to ditch the gym and work off that debt instead. Those in good financial standing are looking better to potential partners.
If the Affordable Care Act is scrapped, the amount older Americans pay for prescription drugs and preventative care may rise.
You may want to pay your child's care provider in cash and off the books. Here's why you shouldn't.
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