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Your bank deposits aren't about to experience a boost from the Federal Reserve's rate hike. Here's why.
Save on taxes and get the warm fuzzies by donating to a donor-advised fund. Make sure you do your research.
One good way to calm the queasiness amid the postelection volatility: Generously pad an emergency fund and hang on.
The average family spent $50 last year on a Thanksgiving meal, but coupon experts say you can easily halve that.
Investors who have been in their company’s retirement plan for 15 years have built solid nest eggs, according to a new analysis.
The maximum amount you can save in tax-deferred retirement accounts will hold steady next year.
If you're in the market for a home, utility bills could make a bargain property unaffordable, according to Trulia.
As competition heats up, banks and other issuers are hawking plastic that gives cardholders four-figure rewards.
Helping your adult kids out may help them find better financial footing, but can you afford to cover some of their bills?
An estimated 1 million people have already finished their holiday shopping. But keep hunting for good sales.
Many consumers don't shop around when they are planning a funeral — a mistake that could cost them thousands of dollars.
What the Fed's next rate hike means for your bank account, car loan, mortgage, student loans and credit card bill.
Depending on your route, the window may be closing to book a bargain airfare home for the holidays. How to time your purchase.
Employers are saving on health-care costs by adding high-deductible plans. This may deter some employees from going to the doctor.
About 70 percent of so-called 1099 workers, including freelancers and contractors, have no long-term retirement savings at all.
Storms in both the Atlantic and Pacific could affect your Labor Day travel plans.
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