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Job listings related to blockchain are surging on LinkedIn. Websites like Crypto Jobs List and Block Tribe connect employers and employees in this new field.
You don't just have to rely on your paycheck for your student loans. Volunteering, apps and even some jobs could help you get down your debt.
Your Social Security retirement benefits could be worth more than $1 million over your lifetime, but chances are you don't fully understand them — and that could cost you.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling means states can pursue sports betting. Gamblers need to remember that anything they win would be taxed as regular income.
Today your broker-dealer must tell you how much it's earning off your bond trades. Here's why.
Connecticut, New Jersey and New York have recently passed laws that will allow taxpayers to dodge a cap on their ability to claim a key tax break. The only thing that's missing is an "OK" from the IRS.
A record number of Americans — almost 42 million — are expected to travel this Memorial Day weekend. Here’s when you don’t want to hit the road.
Even within the U.S., there are some places where women still earn a lot less than men, particularly in the western part of the country.
You may no longer be able exceed the higher standard deduction hurdle, yet there are still several ways to utilize the deduction for charitable donations.
Jenny McCarthy became an advocate for families affected by autism spectrum disorders after her son’s diagnosis, but some of her views have caused controversy.
If your identity theft worries are limited to hacking and phishing, you're missing out on a big risk: Paper. Here's how to protect yourself from "non-digital" thefts.
The amount you pay for prescription drugs through Medicare depends partly on the insurance plan you choose and your income.
Qualifying for for Public Service Loan Forgiveness is a challenge. Now it might be a little easier.
New reporting standards have stripped tax lien information from credit reports. Some scores moved higher as a result.
Your divorce could be a big-ticket cost you never saw coming. These tips can help you get unhitched without breaking the bank.
Fewer millennials are moving into their own place because housing prices are outpacing wages, said Aaron Terrazas, senior economist at Zillow.
Summer is around the corner — and that means it's the season for violent storms. Here's how to make sure your insurance coverage is in order.
If you enroll in Medicare without weighing your options, you could end up with unexpected health costs. Here's how to avoid them.
If you plan to borrow federal student loans for the next academic year, expect a higher interest rate. This is how much more your monthly loan payments will be down the road.
If you're an employer, the only thing that might be scarier than an audit from the Labor Department is an "excessive fee" lawsuit from your workers. Here's how litigation may have helped cut plan costs.
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