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This Independence Day is the perfect opportunity for millennials to cut the proverbial financial cord.
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Fathers often impart words of wisdom on their children — no matter how old they get. When it comes to managing money, should you listen?
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One in three millennials have closed all bank accounts after a fraud incident, according to a FICO survey.
A new survey from TD Ameritrade finds that most people say they would save or invest a cash windfall.
Premium tickets for hot musical "Hamilton" are getting more expensive, but they're still a bargain compared to the resale market.
For graduates with record student loan debt and entry-level jobs, choosing a credit card may have big consequences.
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Three in four Americans report having regrets about money, according to a new study.
Summer airfare will be cheapest in about seven years. The trick is knowing when to fly and when to buy.
Good news for retirees: Top "bucket list" travel spots are getting cheaper to visit.
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.
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