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MasterCard customers will soon be able to replace their passwords with a “selfie” and a fingerprints to verify their identity.
Of tax returns filed with a reported income of $1 million or more, 9.55 percent were audited or examined in 2015.
Only a small minority of eligible taxpayers are aware of this key retirement-related tax benefit.
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A new proposal calls for a universal insurance program to help finance long-term care support and services for the elderly.
Social Security benefit statements tell you what's coming your way, but their scope is limited.
New telehealth apps offer round-the-clock access to doctors and therapists. Are they healthy for your wallet, too?
While a lengthy credit history is a key component of a good credit score, staying faithful to just one card has its drawbacks.
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Not everyone has a retirement savings plan awaiting them at work, but other options can be just as effective.
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