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The Callan Target Date Index posts a negative return for 2015, its first annual loss since 2008.
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Pizza Hut is celebrating the Super Bowl's 50th anniversary by giving away pizzas covered in real gold.
S&P Capital IQ's Sam Stovall looks at market history to handicap what the worst January for stocks since 2009 might mean for the rest of the year.
A look at the 13 U.S. states, from Colorado to West Virginia, that levy their own taxes on retirees' Social Security benefits.