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It pays to start teaching your children early and often about money. Here's how to make the lessons stick.
A number of predictors indicate just how happy you'll be in retirement. Here are nine to consider.
Prenuptial agreements aren't just for the rich. Here's why more couples are choosing to sign a contract before saying "I do."
The legacy you leave behind may be tarnished without careful planning. Here's why.
Initiatives to make college affordable are "absolutely critical" to middle class success, the head of UPenn told CNBC.
New services allow you to get groceries, laundry, and even liquor, delivered right to your door
We are what we own. Stock portfolio ownership reveals characteristics about age, wealth and politics
When was the last time you looked at your credit report? For one-third of Americans, the answer is "never." But that's an expensive misstep.
This tried and true strategy just doesn't work in a zero interest-rate environment, says hedge-fund manager Michael Elfers.
A new survey points to distinctive millennial attitudes about work and careers.
A new study shows many affluent women are dissatisfied with their financial advisors. Gemma Godfrey explains why.
In the race for returns, you're not supposed to beat the index. If you are, you're probably doing something wrong. Financial advisor Jerry Lynch explains.
Almost half of home buyers do not shop around for a mortgage, a government study finds, even though terms and rates can vary widely.
Thieves with stolen usernames and passwords broke into customer accounts at American and United airlines and booked free trips or upgrades.
Last year was a great one for many high-yielding stocks, and investment managers are hoping for something close to that in 2015.
Wages have been slow to rise, but polls find that many workers never even ask for a raise. Here are some ways you can ask for one.
Depending on when you travel and where you stay, the price of a trip to the Super Bowl can be surprisingly affordable.
Finance Park is a playground, of sorts, meant to give eighth graders a chance to be adults for a day and make those basic budgeting decisions.
Big price changes are on the way for 2015, and only some of them will work in the consumer's favor. How to prepare.
CNBC contributor Carol Roth says it doesn't address the problems faced by youth in America.