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Health-care expenses in retirement are climbing. Sharon Epperson shares tips on how to plan to make sure you're covered.
Republican candidates offered alternative solutions for rising college costs and mounting student loan debt.
CEOs are amassing huge sums in their retirement accounts, even as the availability of employer-sponsored retirement plans falls.
Blacks and Hispanics have lower median household wealth, and smaller investment accounts, than whites. When wealth is equal, this happens.
Despite rising tuition rates and larger student debt burdens, data still show a college degree pays off. NBC News reports.
The presidential candidates don't have a clue about how to fix social security, says Laurence Kotlikoff. Here's why their plans fall short.
Nearly 54 million Americans are freelancers, according to a new study. Taking these steps can set yourself up for success.
Find out where the GOP presidential candidates stand on fixing Social Security and addressing America's $1.3 trillion in student loans.
USAA, one of the largest U.S. issuers of debit and credit cards, is switching to Visa from its longtime partner, MasterCard.
Research by Poets & Quants shows that highly qualified students are already getting rejected from Harvard Business School.
Once a fixture of the Gold Rush, South Dakota's Deadwood is trying to overcome stagnating tourism and get a new lease on life.
Millennials also remain skeptical of government and the media, and count Tesla CEO Elon Musk as one their heroes, USA Today reports.
Pace University is giving higher education a new meaning by opening 33 Beekman, the world's tallest college residence.
More retirement plans offer tools that let investors compare their savings to others. But do they work?
A new Wells Fargo survey finds that near-retirees have the least amount of money saved for retirement of any group surveyed.
Joan Weill has decided not to donate to Paul Smith’s College because a judge said the school's name could not be changed, says the New York Times.
Shopping around for a new Medicare plan for 2016 could save you a lot of money.
Americans in their 20s and 30s are facing a retirement crisis that could plunge them into poverty, Blackstone's Tony James said.
RushCard, founded in 2003 by the hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons, says that its problems are mostly fixed but complaints remain, the NYT reports.
The federal government is helping employees pay off their loans in order to attract and keep talented young people in the field.
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