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Families are paying less out of pocket for higher education, but they are relying on loans, scholarships and grants more than ever before.
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Residents of some states are smarter about money than others — and better at putting that knowledge into action to help their finances.
More borrowers with good credit are looking to personal loans. Are they a good choice for you?
A little-known incentive for land conservation lets property owners harvest tax savings of as much as 50 percent on their income.
Older Americans are being taken advantage of by telemarketers, investment professionals or even family.
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Disclaiming an inheritance may be a smart financial move. Here's why and how to avoid some pitfalls.
A stronger dollar may make travel to the U.K. more affordable. How to save on airfare, hotel and more.
Getting fired for getting old is a problem that's only going to get worse as the workforce ages.
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Employees continue to sue their employers due costly retirement plans. Are the fees in your 401(k) too high?
It's the most popular time of year to move and that means millennials are packing their bags.
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