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Traveling overseas? Make sure your credit card does not charge a foreign transaction fee.
Forget bathing suit season. Why it's really time to join the gym.
How you pay with a credit card could mean more or less chance of fraud.
Should you pay even more for coverage you may never need?
Some of the largest U.S. companies are looking to hire cybersecurity experts in newly elevated positions and bring technologists on to their boards.
With national average gas prices hovering over $3.50 a gallon, summer travelers can use these tips to cut costs. The Fiscal Times reports.
In academia, where brand reputation is everything, one university holds an enviable place when attracting students and money, the NYT reports.
It's graduation season, which means it's time to give graduates something special. Here are gifts to help them make sense of money.
Here are six misconceptions about 529 plans.
See which dogs insurers consider the riskiest.
The Fed could raise interest rates by the middle of next year but consumers can use the methods to get ahead. The Fiscal Times reports.
Whether bestowing assets now or leaving them to heirs, trusts with well-planned terms ensure money isn't lost or wasted by beneficiaries.
Following are five ways in which investing in an IRA may trump using a 401(k) plan.
The problem: prescription drug costs stretch many peoples' budgets and some are forced into bankruptcy. Here are tips to avoid that.
While many service members and their families know the GI Bill will help pay for college, other benefits may not be on their radar.
With the adoption of the mobile check deposits comes worries about fraud -- notably with fraudsters double-depositing checks.
Here's how to lose the job before you even start.
Potential mistakes threatening successful retirements are many and fall into psychological and financial categories, say financial advisors.
The Supreme Court is taking up a dispute over how a state may tax income its residents earn in another state.
Military families need to be extra smart when it comes to financial planning, such as securing benefits long before departing the service.
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