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Employers do monitor email at work, and it can impact pay.
If you win the top prize in either drawing this week, you'll face several major decisions that set the course for navigating your sudden windfall.
For the first time, the average national credit score has reached 704, according to FICO.
Going back to school in retirement can help you pick up new skills and new friends. Here's how to do it without breaking the bank.
The idea of investing in the next tech giant while it's still in its early stages is an attractive one — and it could cost you your life savings if you don't do it right. Here's what you should know about private offerings.
Depreciation accounts for almost 40 percent of the cost of owning a new car, yet most drivers don't even think about it.
People are asking whether the education debt market has become a bubble.
Students who have a good job lined up for them after college are more than twice as likely to be earning $60,000 or more a year than graduates who took between two and 12 months to secure a good job.
Over a quarter of consumers say they'll spend more on gifts than they did last year. Among millennials, that share is 41 percent.
Less than one percent of people who've applied for public service loan forgiveness actually got it.
Many people tend to underestimate the complexity of Medicare and all the available options.
If you're gearing up to enroll in Medicare for the first time, make sure you don't forget to evaluate Medigap insurance. This supplemental coverage can help you defray additional expenses. Here's what you should know.
Consumers can freeze and unfreeze their credit reports without paying a fee, effective Sept. 21. They still will need to contact all three credit bureaus to cover all their bases.
Kvaal attributes the slowdown in student debt growth to the fact that net tuition has been growing more slowly as of late and state spending on higher education has recently ticked up.
Whether your child opts for a public or private college, there are a few opportunities to save money and limit borrowing. Here's what you should know.
Poor credit is a serious problem for low-income Americans.