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There were no jackpot-winning Powerball tickets sold in Wednesday's monster $500 million drawing, reported NBC News.
A group of Washington Redskin players have gained notice for living really inexpensively even as they earn big bucks on the field.
Dust off those résumés, job seekers. January 6 is the busiest day of the year to look for a new gig.
Many Americans don't have an emergency fund, USA Today reports. Here's how to prepare for the unexpected and the traps to avoid.
The new trading year had a rough opening, no question, but if you are thinking of big portfolio changes, read this first.
Happy Fat Cat Tuesday! Today’s the day when the pay of a FTSE 100 company's CEO will overtake the average U.K. worker’s annual earnings.
Markets are in the red for the first trading day of 2016, but financial advisors say investors' best bet is to stay the course.
If you took losses on some investments last year, you probably cut your tax bill. Now it's time to set up for 2016.
Fidelity said it is dropping American Express and Bank of America, ending a 12-year partnership that has generated billions of dollars in fees.
Inspired by a new availability of data and tools, economists and scientists are trying to figure out what will blunt the temptation to cheat on taxes.
Industry experts have lots of suggestions for places that should be on any traveler's list.
Wondering how you will fare financially in 2016? Here are what experts think next year will hold for financial matters close to home.
Talking salaries may stir up feelings of uneasiness, but maneuvering your way to a higher pay grade could be quite simple if you follow these tips.
A decline in tax rates of America’s wealthiest taxpayers, underway since the late 1990s, recently reversed course.
This fund outperformed the markets in 2015, but you're probably not allowed in. Unless you're Singaporean or near enough.
Americans who are happy with their 401(k) may be less satisfied once they grasp the hidden fees baked into the policy, Tom Zgainer said.
Yale School of Management Dean Edward Snyder has outperformed his peers for the third straight year, according to one ranking.
Just this month, Dean Skelos was found guilty of using his influence to arrange payments and jobs for his son, reports NBC New York.
Did Facebook jump the shark once parents and other "old" people got on it? Drexel University student Josh Weiss weighs in.
Servers.com just expanded its operations in this European country, which has all the makings of a financial-tech hot spot, says COO Nick Dvas.