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Your student loan debt clock starts ticking as soon as you receive your diploma. A number of apps and websites can help with that.
Long deployments can be tough for members of the military and their finances. These special benefits programs can help.
Summer airfare will be cheapest in about seven years. The trick is knowing when to fly and when to buy.
When it comes to Social Security, what you don't know can definitely cost you.
Offers for "fly anytime" and "no annual fee" credit cards are everywhere. So how do you pick the best one for you?
Need to bulk up your emergency fund? Small steps like these can add up big, especially over time.
Getting a credit card is a rite of passage for many college grads. But you need to be smart about how to use it.
Not understanding how the student-loan system works can have a lasting negative impact.
Here are 5 simple do's and don'ts when you sit down at the negotiating table for a raise.
Want to avoid some of the fees that come with buying a new car? Here's how to put on the brakes.
You don't have to live in a state of money madness. Make the effort at least once a year to get your financial house in order. Here's how.
Many of the jobs on this year’s list require an advanced degree, but not all. See which careers made the top 10.
Once you've figured out how much you'll need to earn to afford a home, follow these steps to make sure your hunt goes smoothly.
Kids are getting more financial literacy in schools, but the best money lessons start at home. How to prepare a money-smart child.
Nearly two-thirds of pre-retirees don't have a retirement spending plan. Don't make that mistake.
Doing your taxes is rarely fun. CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has five tips that will jump-start the process.
Millions of Americans struggle to save in their 401(k)s, but there's a hidden danger: having too much in the accounts.
Medicare does not cover most dental expenses, and they can really add up. The good news is, there are ways to save.
Many filers leave money on the table by not claiming all their credits and deductions. Here's what you should know before Tax Day.
Social Security benefit statements tell you what's coming your way, but their scope is limited.