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NCAA rule changes resulted in nearly $160 million a year in additional benefits for major-college athletes. USA TODAY reports.
Social Security gets even more complicated if you’re on disability, are a state employee or have a pension.
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American Express is adding cash back, a popular credit card feature, to its prepaid debit cards as it seeks users beyond its traditional customers.
More Americans are saving for retirement, but most are saving less than they were a year ago. Here's what employers can do to help.
Tim Maurer, director of personal finance at Buckingham and The BAM Alliance, explains how and when to claim Social Security.
Paul Smith's College in upstate New York is wrestling with a donation from Joan Weill with strings attached. The New York Times reports.
Rents have soared in most major markets. Here's how to get the most for your money.
An additional 220,000 taxpayers had their information stolen through a data breach, the IRS says. Here's how to protect your identity.
It's nearly time for college students to head to campus, and along with desk lights and ramen noodles they need these money management skills.
China's move to devalue the yuan will impact emerging markets in several ways and investors should beware, says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
Donald Trump keeps dropping the name of his alma mater, but is it a good or a bad thing for the Wharton School of Finance?
Retirement portfolio strategies vary, and advisors use terms such as "buckets" and "paychecks" to explain these approaches to clients.
Social Security turns 80, but the popular government program will have to change to survive for future generations.
Whether you're heading back to school or saving for your child, your employer may be a great untapped source of college aid.
Social Security is 80 years old. These three changes would improve the program's finances for the future.
The Social Security claiming strategy known as "file and suspend" can generate additional retirement benefits for married couples.
A new study finds that when 401(k) plan administrators also offer mutual funds, and many do, "this dual role creates conflicting incentives."
Could a better Social Security statement prevent people from claiming benefits too early?
Employers expect raises to be flat for 2016, according to a new survey, but more for the best workers.
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