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College application deadlines have passed, so now it's time to hunt for college money. Here's how to find the best scholarships for you.
Looking for a new job? Consider which gigs pay the best, have the greatest opportunity for advancement and, most importantly, are hiring.
Buying shares in a successful startup you work for is often a riskier financial bet than it may seem. Re/code reports.
There are a slew of state and local programs aimed at alleviating student-debt burdens for recent graduates. Here are just a few.
A new report by CreditCards.com looks at which state population best manages its credit and debt. The top 5 states may surprise you.
Attorneys dub January "Divorce Month," thanks to increased filings, but rushing to get unhitched can lead to expensive mistakes.
Here are four ways to reduce student debt and get your financial health in order for 2016, says Andrew Josuweit.
So you're not one of the three lucky Powerball winners. Here's how to start investing in yourself and stop gambling on your future.
If you are feeling the crunch of making student loan payments, the new year is a great time to consider refinancing to get back on track.
Obama and the Republicans may differ on the state of the economy, but a new index says financial pleasure is out there.
Three out of five financial advisors say more than half of clients are more concerned about retirement security than last year.
High hopes abound ahead of Wednesday night's drawing for a U.S. record $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot.
The Powerball jackpot is $1.5 billion for Wednesday's drawing. Here are the dos and don'ts of picking numbers and selecting Quick Picks.
Here's the big problem with retirement today, says Bailey Childers, the executive director of the National Public Pension Coalition.
With a $1.5B prize up for grabs, it pays to be very careful when setting up an office Powerball pool.
In his final State of the Union address, Obama emphasized the problem with college affordability.
Emerging markets (EM) are still valuable to long-term investors, but they’ll have to pick their investments carefully, say experts.
The world is awash in oil, and the glut shows no signs of letting up.
All you have to do to win the $1.5 billion Powerball is buy all 300 million ticket combinations. And pick numbers no one else has.
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