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More couples are using lifestyle clauses in nuptial contracts, covering gambling, drugs, affairs, even quality time spent together.
Hillary Clinton on Monday will unveil a $350 billion plan aimed at making college more affordable and reducing the crushing burden of student debt.
Tax scammers have been getting more sophisticated in their schemes. Here's how to avoid them, The Fiscal Times reports.
A new analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York finds a far smaller gap between women and men among recent grads. The Fiscal Times reports.
The average cost of a wedding reached an all-time high of $31,213 last year. Here's how to lower your bill.
As the workforce changes and start-ups flourish, small colleges are now looking for ways to stay relevant for students.
Consumers are taking on more credit card debt, putting them at risk for an expensive surprise if the Fed hikes rates.
A new company, Upstart, is issuing credit based on factors such as GPA and SAT scores, but will it lead to lending discrimination?
Adobe is the latest technology company to offer a generous parental leave policy. But will your employer follow suit?
New surveys find that more than half of millennials put off financial milestones because of student debt.
Americans have a dim view of their children's financial prospects, a new survey finds.
Open University has launched a course in financial technology aimed at educating executives and addressing concerns of a skills gap in U.K.
Presidential candidates need to acknowledge that the US is bankrupt and it's time to fix Social Security, says Laurence Kotlikoff.
Nevada became the second state to offer tax credits to employers who make matching contributions to 529 plans. Will this boost college savings?
A new survey found 65 percent of millennials plan to buy a home in the next three months. Understand the trade-offs between renting and owning.
Remodeling to stay in your home as you age may be easier (and cheaper) than you think. Which projects are popular, and how much they cost.
For health insurers, government health programs have become an increasingly important part of their business.
The number of people filing for bankruptcy in the U.S. and U.K. has fallen, but homeowners could get in trouble if interest rates rise.
Pianist Irving Fields turned 100 Tuesday, but he still plays several gigs a week regularly in New York City.
Smart planning before you turn 65 could help reduce Medicare out-of-pocket health-care costs.
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