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If your money is sitting around earning next to nothing, you've got a few options.
Americans will spend 900 million hours on hold this year. New services will tackle those customer service calls on your behalf, for a fee.
Though overdraft programs started out as a customer courtesy, the fees have become an expensive and risky form of credit.
Younger investors enjoy an enviable landscape compared with what their older counterparts experienced.
Want a bigger credit limit? Getting one can be as simple as asking and may boost your credit score.
Retirement savings have bounced back with the bull market since 2009 lows, but most Americans still fall woefully short of the balances they'll need.
Your homeowners or renters insurance policy may not be as disaster-ready as you think. How to fill in the gaps.
Prince did not have a will when he died, his sister said, and that plus a lack of estate planning could cost his heirs plenty.
The online retail banking industry is booming – and that's good enough for Goldman Sachs.
Before you purge and toss your old, unwanted goods, consider turning that clutter into cash.
Need to bulk up your emergency fund? Small steps like these can add up big, especially over time.
While retirement benchmarks based on things like age and income can be helpful, they can trip you up if you aren't careful.
CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson offers tips on how freelancers can save over $50,000 in a retirement savings account this year.
Act now if you want to benefit from these key Social Security claiming strategies.
Millennials are avoiding the stock market for reasons that might surprise you.
Only half of adults 30 and older save more than 5 percent of their income annually, but 3 in 5 millennials are doing so.
Now that you’re retired, how should you invest your 401(k) and IRAs to make sure your money will last as long as you do.
Unexpected events during retirement could wreak havoc on even the most well-crafted financial plan. What to watch out for.
While many adults haven’t saved enough for retirement, women are at a great risk than men of outliving their savings. Sharon Epperson explains steps women should take now to reach their retirement goals.
The rule aims to protect investors from conflicted investment advice for their retirement savings, potentially saving them billions.
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