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On average, American workers forfeit about $62.2 billion in unused vacation days. What if all that dough went toward your student loan bill?
Whether you own a home or you're shelling out for higher-education costs, Congress has yet to approve these breaks known as tax extenders.
If you bought your 529 college savings plan through a financial advisor, be sure to ask if you're in the right investment based on your time horizon. Picking the wrong fund could lead to high fees.
The billionaire former Starbucks CEO says he could never run for president as a Democrat because the party has moved too far left.
As college costs soar, here are the schools that are leading the pack in terms of financial aid, according to The Princeton Review.
Congress recently passed a law that cancer patients with federal student loans can postpone their payments, with no penalties. When one woman tried to access the program, it didn't go well.
If your net worth is in the red, you'll need to work on saving more and spending less.
Existing Social Security rules are outdated, which puts women at a disadvantage. But you can minimize your losses by adjusting your financial plan.
Student loan refinancing companies say they offer borrowers a way to save thousands of dollars on their debt, by allowing them to pay off their loans at a lower interest rate, in less time.
Your employer wants to talk to you about your balance sheet. Companies say "financial wellness" will be the number one area of concern when they communicate with workers, Callan found.
Depending on your income, the credits or deductions you use and where you live, you could still face a higher tax bill after getting married.
Retirees got the biggest boost to their benefits in years in 2019, yet the latest data points to a much lower — if any — increase in 2020 if current trends continue.
Planning for what happens to your assets upon your death helps ensure that your children end up inheriting what you want them to have.
Put down the college brochures and pick up your calculators. Here's what you and your child should know about borrowing for higher education.
Non-government small businesses are feeling the effects from the federal shutdown. If you're a business owner, these financial moves could help you gain some hort-term flexibility.