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Americans are giving priority to paying down their debts and saving more money. Investing isn't at the top for many, a new study says.
Storms in both the Atlantic and Pacific could affect your Labor Day travel plans.
About 70 percent of so-called 1099 workers, including freelancers and contractors, have no long-term retirement savings at all.
Elizabeth Greenwood, author of "Playing Dead," says white-collar criminals often try to escape via faking their death.
Pay for professional occupations is expected to rise 3.6 percent in 2017 for beginners, according to Robert Half.
Retail clients are shifting their money into passively managed funds at the highest level since the financial crisis.
Washington College plans to match up to $2,500 in family tuition payments from college savings plans.
Gen Y: Do you have a co-signer on that student loan? Are you launching a start-up? Here's why you may need life insurance.
Purchasing a smaller residence can be a great way to lower monthly costs, but it may not be the most economical option for everyone.
Attorneys call January "Divorce Month," but new research finds that summer vacation may be a risk period, too.
An estimated 70,000 people are expected to party in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert next week for the popular arts festival. It ain't cheap.
New rules from the Department of Labor may make retirement plans available to more workers.
California is poised to join a handful of states that offer a retirement plan to people who don't have one at work.
Meteorologists are watching a tropical system that could affect the Southeastern U.S. Time to cancel your trip?
More parents are committed to paying for college, but they're on track to save less than a third of their goal in time.
Have a houseful of stuff and don't know what to do with it? Downsize and make some money. We show you how.
Many colleges accept credit cards as a way to pay for tuition, but that convenience comes at a high cost.
Some are caring for both dependent children and aging parents, requiring them to juggle financial goals.
Should you buy long-term-care insurance? That's the question for workers nearing retirement. The cost of coverage and care is rising.
For credit-card issuers, lending to subprime borrowers is a big source of revenue.
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