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Advisors focusing on women clients only are seeing big returns, as studies show a growing number of females beginning to outearn men.
U.S. employers are planning to give raises averaging 3% next year, against 2.9% in 2014 and 2013, according to a survey of nearly 1,100 companies.
If you're having a hard time explaining that money doesn't grow on trees to your kids, you're not alone.
Baby boomers are not as prepared for retirement as they should be, but Gen X and millennials face the biggest future financial threats.
You've saved all your life, and now you can live it up in retirement. Be sure to follow the rules.
Reviews are mixed, but some swear by this investment strategy. Is it right for you?
With only 12 percent of family businesses surviving two generations, it's imperative owners train heirs in financial literacy early on.
Muslim financial advisors are tapping into the U.S. Islamic finance market by helping clients invest in religiously suitable ways.
Economy seats aren't created equal. How to get the most legroom for the least amount of money.
For retirees who want to contribute to an IRA, the question then becomes how much to contribute and to which type of IRA.
One in four Americans owe more in medical debt than they have in emergency savings, and most people worry health insurance will become unaffordable.
Prenups are supposed to be the ultimate divorce insurance for the wealthy. Yet like insurance, they're often challenged when there's a claim.
There are many college-savings options worth considering, so compare and choose the plan that makes sense for your financial situation.
Fees and charges can vary dramatically from bank to bank and region to region, making it important for savers to compare what costs they may face.
You can pay more than $100 for an "indestructible" phone case, but is that money well spent?
The following details some of the takeaways from those kinds of moves that you can apply to your own finances.
Students, and their families, can get deals on making the trip to-and-from college, whether it's by train, plane or bus.
As they struggle to find new business to bolster earnings, banks consider the nation’s 25 million veterans and service members ideal customers.
An interest-bearing account might not be best if you're one of these consumer types.
Hacking has become pervasive and banks have deployed multiple defenses to block it.
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