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Automatically enrolling employees in 401(k) retirement plans increases participation but at a cost.
Forty-two percent of adult men reported bringing credit card debt to their relationships, but only 29 percent of women did, says a new survey.
On a practical level, the Supreme Court ruling will dramatically simplify the financial lives of same-sex couples. Here's how.
How and when you claim Social Security benefits can have an enormous impact on your retirement. Here's how to plan ahead.
About half of Americans have reported delaying major life events due to money or economic worries, reports The New York Times.
The average commuter spends $2,600, according to a new Citibank survey. But chances are, they could be spending far less.
Americans are losing sleep at night worrying about financial stress. Here is Jean Chatzky's advice on how to get more hours of rest, TODAY reports.
Underfunding at state colleges is driving up the cost of tuition and exacerbating underlying problems in public university systems, experts tell CNBC.
Considering using a robo-advisor? Ask these three questions before you do.
Nearly three-fourths of all couples said in a recent survey that they communicate very well. But with money, all bets are off.
Despite low interest rates, homeownership has slipped for years leading to a strong 10-year stretch in rental growth. The NYT reports.
Adjusting to retirement and living with a fixed budget can take months, but these experts tips could help, the Fiscal Times reports.
Nearly 20 percent of Americans have debt that they've hidden from their partners, according to a new report from Haven Life.
Almost a third of Americans have no emergency savings at all, according to a new Bankrate survey. How to tell if you have enough put aside.
Millennial retirement savers have time on their side. But in order to max out their savings, they should avoid these four common mistakes.
The authors of "Get What's Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security" share the latest Social Security woes they've received from readers.
A new analysis finds that automatically enrolling workers into IRAs can improve retirement readiness.
Short-term, skills-based courses offer new higher education alternatives that could challenge, or neatly supplement, a college degree.
Think shoppers forget retail data breaches? Nope. Consultant Brett Conradt busts 5 myths about retail hacks.
Americans' tendency to overspend on vacation doesn't bode well for credit card debt—or Christmas budgets.
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