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Republicans feel great about this year's outlook while Democrats are skeptical that things will improve, according to a new survey.
Take advantage of the talent shortage and give your career a boost in the New Year. Here's how to turn a career resolution into reality.
More than half of American workers — roughly 55 million — don't have access to a retirement savings plan on the job. Here's a potential fix.
The average grandparent gives thousands of dollars in money and time each year to benefit a grandchild. Can you afford the bill?
If one of your New Year's resolutions is to live better in the year ahead, that may simply boil down to where you choose to live.
TaxAct, TaxSlayer and TurboTax will allow users to put their refunds directly into a federal retirement account.
More than a quarter of people who have received such calls felt threatened by the caller's conduct. Here's how to fight back.
Ashley Walker almost had her financial life ruined when the government wrongly reported her death. Take these steps to avoid that fate.
Debtors can expect to cough up more money each month, but they'll pay what they owe sooner.
Health savings accounts could benefit you now, and in retirement. But they're not for everyone.
Yes, people choose to donate to Uncle Sam in the name of shrinking the deficit.
This year, fewer individuals can expect to get the details of their retirement benefits in the mail.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt opted to seal their court documents and use a private judge for the dissolution of their marriage. So can you.
More consumers are eyeing travel to these international destinations. Why — and when — to go.
Consumers are more optimistic about getting out of debt, CreditCards.com finds. The right habits can take you there.
Consumers have been taking on more debt, and they are not paying it off every month.
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