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Housing prices in Australasia rose the most last year, with both Australia and New Zealand seeing climbs exceeding 10 percent, Knight Frank said Friday.
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Three AIG advisory firms have settled charges by the SEC that they levied unnecessary fees on mutual fund clients.
The past 10 years have been very good for investors, but not so much for savers.
Blackstone's president and a New School economist say it's time to take this looming retirement crisis seriously.
Even without a strike, New York City area commuters have one of the worst travel times in the country.
Dreams of lengthy cruises and beach life may be just that, with 20 of the world’s biggest countries facing a pension shortfall worth $78 trillion, Citi said in a report sent on Wednesday.
Shopping around for funeral costs hasn't been easy, but a new website helps consumers compare prices.
Problems at the Wounded Warrior Project charity highlight the need to vet your charity. Here's how to find effective organizations.
Most Americans will need long-term care, but few have a game plan for how to pay for it. Here's how you can cover the cost.
University of South Florida President Judy Genshaft discusses the state of student debt and how students can ease this burden.
Cybercriminals are buying medical records on the dark Web to file fraudulent tax returns.
Most Medicare Part D plan drugs are now subject to coinsurance payments by customers.
Fees on checking accounts have risen steadily over the last several years, but there is a way around many of them.
Many of the jobs on this year’s list require an advanced degree, but not all. See which careers made the top 10.
An American Enterprise Institute staffer said there's no clear evidence that student loan debt has been a drag on the economy.
Getting lower credit card rates and waived fees may be as simple as asking.
Post-graduate students are no longer just hoping to get a job after university but many are expecting it.
America's outstanding credit card debt surpassed estimates in 2015, climbing to $917.7 billion, up from a forecast of $900 billion.
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