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Oregon and Alabama recently joined the ranks of states authorizing tax-advantaged savings accounts for first-time home buyers or those who haven't owned a house for several years.
Anyone thinking about joining a lottery office pool for a stab at the grand prize should be aware of the pitfalls.
Student loan assistance, which started as a niche offering by a handful of companies, is sneaking its way into the mainstream menu of workplace benefits.
Parents are saving more for college this year than in any other year since 2013 — yet problems remain.
Juggling college payments is even more complicated when you add a divorce into the mix. These tips can help make sure your children's college dreams don't suffer.
The deadline has passed for Congress to act on legislation that would have repealed a rule imposing stricter requirements on short-term lenders.
People are working multiple jobs less to pursue a passion and more to pay down their debt or make sure they're able to retire.
Retirees are wealthier than ever, but saving $1 million requires adopting a long-term approach, Fidelity's Jeanne Thompson says.
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HoweyCoins.com looks like a legitimate website letting investors get in on an initial digital-coin offering at a discounted rate.
A new study shows that money can actually buy you happiness — but only up to a certain point. US News & World Report has the story.
You've spent years diligently socking away cash into your retirement plan, and now you're at a crossroad: What do you do with your savings?
Students and their families would love to borrow less for college, but few people seem to understand the tax-advantaged savings account that can help. This is what you need to know about 529 plans.
Like other types of borrowing, the faster a student loan is paid off, the less interest will accrue. Depending on the outstanding balance, that can make a substantial difference.
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.
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