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Facebook users can now link their PayPal account to Facebook and Facebook Messenger to buy a movie ticket, order a pizza or book a hair appointment.
Unlike an flexible savings account, health savings account funds don't expire at the end of the year and they're portable.
Trump's campaign massively increased its expenditures in September, but he continued to trail Clinton's spending and fundraising.
Donald Trump had a chance to make a play for the dwindling slice of undecided voters. He took the chance and scorched it, Politico's Ben White says.
The longer you wait the more your retirement benefit grows but, for some, it still makes sense to receive benefits sooner.
Let the shopper beware: Some store-brand credit cards have rates that are nearly double those of regular credit cards.
Donald Trump refused to commit to accepting the outcome of the election, now less than three weeks away, reports NBC News.
WikiLeaks emails seemed to show that the Clinton campaign reached out to Apple and Google to vet statements on encryption.
The struggles of the high-end retail market aren't all that different from its lower-price counterparts.
As international aid pours into hurricane-stricken Haiti, Team Rubicon is rallying troops of veterans to provide hands-on relief.
Housing starts fell sharply in September, but those drop belies a big improvement for the market, at least in this monthly read.
Employees with student debt are contributing a smaller percentage of their pay to retirement plans than workers without loans, a poll finds.
Pay close attention to your benefits selections for next year. Your costs may be rising, and your coverage may be changing.
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The Department of Transportation announces a new plan to increase the rights and protections of airline passengers.
The new handset appears to go toe-to-toe with other premium phones, though it may not outpace them.
Nike has long dominated the running footwear category; but Adidas is starting to close the gap.
Nearly 2 in 3 Americans are limiting their monthly spending, largely to save more money, according to a new study.