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A survey conducted by Bankrate.com found that almost half of Americans are not planning on taking a vacation this summer and part of the reason for some if affordability.
Buyers will likely find dealerships eager to move inventory to make room for 2019 models, which start arriving in the summer.
Just when you thought that tax filing season was behind you, here comes an audit from Uncle Sam. Keep calm and get ready.
Consumers may be able to access a more affordable alternative to payday loans through national banks following approval from one key regulator.
If you were previously rejected for public service loan forgiveness, you may now be able to reapply. Here's who qualifies.
Brothers — and NFL superstars — Michael and Martellus Bennett talk about the financial challenges they faced without a basic understanding of money early on.
To lure young spenders, more millennial brand favorites are trying their hand at credit cards. But borrowers must read the fine print.
A bill that rolls back regulations on banks was signed into law by President Donald Trump on Thursday.
You can maximize how much you receive in Social Security retirement benefits if you know the ins and outs of the rules for claiming. Test your knowledge here.
Here's what to think about before a big trip to avoid common travel mishaps.
The federal government is paying close attention to state efforts to help residents manage new limits on state and local tax deductions.
Twenty-somethings already have plenty to worry about — paying off student loans and saving for retirement. Here's why medical coverage belongs on that list of priorities.
If you plan to take out a federal student loan for the next academic year, expect a higher interest rate. This is how much more your monthly loan payments will be.
A record number of Americans — almost 42 million — are expected to travel this Memorial Day weekend. Here’s when you don’t want to hit the road.
Many people are unprepared to retire. The growing student loan debt balance in the country threatens to make things much worse.
The majority of U.S. adults feel financially secure, yet retirement and emergency savings are nonexistent for many of them, a new report from the Federal Reserve shows.
The U.S. central bank could hike interest rates as many as four times this year. That should make you rethink what you owe on outstanding balances.