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TransUnion found that many consumers prioritize paying personal loans. That might not be the best strategy if you're struggling.
Nearly three-quarters of Americans have financial regrets. The No. 1? Not saving for retirement earlier on.
International Paper CEO Mark Sutton reflects on his college days at LSU and has some advice for college-bound freshmen.
Trump's latest proposal spares the charitable giving deduction, but still could lower the amount people donate each year, a new study finds.
An adult child coming to live with you can sidetrack your financial plans. Take these steps to make sure everyone benefits from the move.
Women earn higher returns and save a higher percentage of their paychecks, according to Fidelity.
Pessimism about financial health may cause retirees to withdraw less from their investment accounts, a new study finds. Here's what to know.
You may be able to defer required withdrawals from your IRAs until next year when Congress could lower rates. Here's what you should know.
Losses from account hijackings jumped 61 percent last year, to $2.3 billion. Here's how to protect your finances.
What you don't know about Social Security could cost you. CNBC offers tips to ensure you don't miss out.
Your chances of finding Mr. or Ms. Right may be slim if you're entering the dating scene with crummy credit.
To attract millennial homebuyers, more banks and mortgage lenders are offering credit-card perks to customers who take out mortgages.
These misconceptions can hurt your retirement savings and make life tougher in your golden years. Here's how to separate fact from fiction.
Nobody wants to open up to their children about their checking accounts and credit cards. Here's why you should.
Decision Day is May 1, and high school seniors who haven't yet picked a school should reassess financial aid packages.
Falling behind on your bills isn't a crime, but being harassed by a debt collector is.
By some estimates, the delay of the hotly debated investor protection rule is costing investors billions. Here's what that money could buy.
It’s not only possible, but likely, to shave thousands off the cost of a degree. You just have to do one thing: Ask.
It's time to stop procrastinating and turn in your Form 1040. Here's how you can manage and scoop up those deductions.
A quarter of consumers estimate they've lost $30,000 or more due to gaps in their financial knowledge. That might be optimistic.