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One goal of a new Securities and Exchange Commission proposed regulatory package: Mitigate conflicts of interest when brokers make investment recommendations to their retail clients.
The $1.4 trillion in student loans Americans owe is making it increasingly difficult for them to become homeowners.
A new report shows that companies have been slow to update their sexual harassment policies, in spite of the growing #MeToo movement.
With top-yielding savings accounts as high as 2 percent, rethinking where you stash your cash could pay off big time.
Fidelity, using new data, estimates that medical care could cost a healthy couple $280,000 in retirement. But if you leave the workforce earlier than expected, a coverage gap could boost expenses.
As of Thursday, Americans have earned enough money so far this year to cover their tax bills for 2018, the Tax Foundation reports.
Not all cryptocurrency exchanges are created equal. Here's what you should consider about where you buy and sell digital currency.
Thieves have improved their scamming methodology. Watch out for these new rip-offs.
New standards that took effect this week strip tax lien information from credit reports. Some scores will move higher as a result.
A few months after the overhaul to the tax code, most are unsure of how they'll be affected.
These towns rank highest when it comes to cost of living, median home prices and property tax rates.
Higher car prices, longer loan terms and climbing interest rates make the average cost to own a new car about $6,500 higher than it was in 2013.
The page was operational again as of 5:05 p.m. ET on April 17 — Tax Day — after being unavailable for most of the day.
The Department of Education will partner with the Department of Veteran Affairs to identify disabled student loan borrowers eligible for debt forgiveness.
Portions of the IRS computerized payment system crash on Tax Day, preventing taxpayers from using their bank accounts to pay their taxes online.
Even as housing affordability takes a hit nationwide, you can still buy a house with a monthly mortgage payment of $1,000 or less in some major U.S. cities.
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