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Art, cars and collectibles passed down are often subject to estate taxes or gift taxes, but their value can be subjective, The NY Times reports.
Before you "like" your friend’s status update, consider whether your boss will like all the time you are spending on Facebook.
Politicians are wrong. Latinos are increasingly powering growth in the U.S., says Sol Trujillo.
Millennials can start building up their retirement nest egg today if they plan wisely, USA TODAY reports.
Thanks to increased credit availability and low interest rates, both the number of unsecured loans and average balances are on the rise.
Disappearing pension benefits are not the only retirement challenge workers face. Look what student debt can do.
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More than 50 percent of Americans have spent at least $100 on impulse buys, according to CreditCards.com.
The Callan Target Date Index posts a negative return for 2015, its first annual loss since 2008.
Your children may be facing student loans and a lackluster job market, but you can still give them a savings boost.
Facing overwhelming amounts of student debt, more millennials are considering alternatives, like vocational school.
Criminals are less interested in your credit card numbers these days. Their new target: opening accounts in your name.
American paychecks got bigger last year, but the gains are still relatively weak by historical standards.
Aside from Black Friday, the days surrounding Super Bowl Sunday are the best time of year to score a deal on a TV.
A college in Oklahoma is making this piece of technology mandatory for all of its incoming freshman students. NBCNews reports.
Roughly one-third of applications for Social Security disability benefits are ultimately approved. How to make sure yours is among them.