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Starting this July, residents in Massachusetts will be able to purchase recreational pot — and pay taxes on it.
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These days, many millennial women are putting off marriage and motherhood because of their outstanding student loans.
The House is expected to vote as early as Tuesday on a Senate-passed measure that eases regulations on banks.
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You may think you and your child are set for the 2018 college year, but have you thought about these additional expenses? Here is why your university may have fallen short on giving you the full cost of attendance.
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.