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If you didn't file a tax return in 2013, the clock is ticking to grab your share of unclaimed money.
More than a third of taxpayers still need to file. If you're among them, here's how to maximize deductions and avoid errors.
For many pro athletes their often-complicated categorizing of various kinds of income can be a major headache come tax time.
New York will start phasing in its free-college program this fall. These 10 states have the cheapest public college tuition.
Seventeen percent of cardholders used plastic for small transactions, up from 11 percent last year, according to a new survey.
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This New York truck doesn't sell tacos, but it does offer accounting know-how right on the sidewalk.
If you've already filed for 2016, here's how to get in gear and cut taxes for next year.
Families often have big medical expenses in March and April that could leave you in worse shape despite that tax refund. How to cope.
Estate planning is more than creating a will. Here's what you can do to help yourself and your heirs.
Randi Zuckerberg has learned that in order to make money, you need to spend money. Here's her advice.
Only a third of consumers have told heirs where to find important papers like their will or power of attorney. That poor document management can be costly.
Saving more than the annual limit in a 401(k) seems like a nice problem to have, but it can be an expensive misstep.
Prolonged low interest rates have been devastating for retirees and Americans saving for retirement, BlackRock chief Larry Fink tells CNBC.
Having a rainy-day fund helps, but even families with savings often struggle after a financial emergency. Try these other precautions.
A regulation that would protect your nest egg and require your advisor to work in your best interest has been pushed back.
Greg Walton prevailed over incarceration and a bunch of debt to build a successful career. Here's how he did it.
The bank CEO, in his annual letter to investors, blames the federal takeover of student lending in 2010 for dramatically increasing defaults.
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