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Analysts at WalletHub compared 2,570 cities to put together a list of 2016's best and worst cities at money management.
Doing your taxes is rarely fun. CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has five tips that will jump-start the process.
Encore careers can be highly satisfying, but retirees must do it for the right reasons ... and avoid some major mistakes.
Bankrate examined a number of measures to determine its latest ranking of the best and worst states for retirees.
A report found that 46 percent of tax software websites in an IRS program don't follow best practices for security and consumer protection.
More than ever, taxpayers plan to save the cash they get back from Uncle Sam instead of spending it.
CNBC highlights the markets, currencies and securities that have performed well since the start of the year. Some might surprise you.
Leap Day is an extra day to the economy, but how much does it cost versus add income?
Passes offer good discounts to city attractions, and are a staple of city tourism offices and travel websites.
While ensuring a secure retirement is a struggle for many Americans, the problem is much more acute for blacks than whites.
Medicare does not cover most dental expenses, and they can really add up. The good news is, there are ways to save.
It turns out that social media patterns aren't great at predicting a person's creditworthiness, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Millions of Americans struggle to save in their 401(k)s, but there's a hidden danger: having too much in the accounts.
Speed versus safety — not sticker price — shape these vehicles' premium rates, an annual Insure.com study reveals.
Financial advisors Jeff Rose and Tim Maurer share the 10 most effective strategies investors can adopt to reach long-term investment goals.
Phil Knight, co-founder of Nike, graduated from Stanford with an MBA in 1962 and is now worth $25.7 billion.
Many filers leave money on the table by not claiming all their credits and deductions. Here's what you should know before Tax Day.
The gender gap isn't limited to women getting paid less by employers. Women shoppers pay more for many female-branded products.
MasterCard customers will soon be able to replace their passwords with a “selfie” and a fingerprints to verify their identity.
Of tax returns filed with a reported income of $1 million or more, 9.55 percent were audited or examined in 2015.
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