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A new Economic Policy Institute report finds that minimum-wage workers earn far less than they need, especially in Washington.
With tuition continuing to rise students are increasingly turning to strangers to crowdfund college, NBC News reports.
The recent volatility has shown that not all target-date funds are created equal.
Financial advisors recommend taking a step back during times of financial turmoil to focus on the basics of planning.
Peer-to-peer lending platforms offer investors a way to earn 5 to 10 percent on loans to online borrowers. Is it safe?
One in 3 insured consumers has had an unexpected medical bill in recent years, according to Consumer Reports. Here's how to prevent it.
Students will be able use a variety of materials like readings and videos online at no cost, the school says.
A new Charles Schwab survey finds 73 percent of people would rather have their 401(k) balance grow 15 percent this year than lose 15 pounds.
Visa and MasterCard are in talks with Fidelity to replace AmEx, Bloomberg cited the sources as saying.
More workers are diversifying their retirement savings. Here's when it may pay to treat your 401(k) as a jumping off point.
Annual economic and societal costs for dementia will rise to $1 trillion by 2018, posing serious challenges for governments, according to a report.
Market gyrations are scary, but if you are considering selling, you need to see this performance data.
A recent survey found just 26 percent of those under 30 had invested in stocks. Advisors say the selloff presents a great buying opportunity.
Geri Pell of Pell Wealth Partners discusses how rational investors can make irrational decisions due to emotion, experiences and upbringing.
More retirees and soon-to-be retirees have significant stock exposure. What that means for their prospects?
Most investors are using a discount broker or combining one with a full-service broker, according to a new analysis.
Global stock markets are in turmoil. Buy more? Hold tight? Or sell? Financial advisors weigh in on what long-term investors should do.
As the retirement age continues to slip later and later some bosses are opting to become even more accommodative. NYT reports.
Intuit, the financial software giant behind TurboTax, says it's dropping Quicken to realign its focus. NBC News reports.
Even with the strong U.S. dollar, studying abroad isn't cheap. Here's what you can do to lower daily expenses.
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