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For credit-card issuers, lending to subprime borrowers is a big source of revenue.
Some workers say they'll never retire — because they can't, or don't want to. But that plan may not be feasible.
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A participant in Morgan Stanley's retirement-savings plan sued Friday, alleging its investment options are poor, including some funds the bank runs.
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But some college offers of free tuition for a fifth year come with strings attached to get students to finish in four years.
New data from Switchfly finds half of travelers won't pay for in-flight Wi-Fi, hotel minibars and other extras.
Shady companies are charging unaware borrowers for federal student-loan services that are available for free.
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