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You might want to think twice before giving money to your adult child.
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Comparing what a 65-year-old spends on housing, utilities, groceries and healthcare, here's where the median nest egg goes the furthest.
Contributions to 529 accounts and direct tuition payments should top parents’ and grandparents’ lists.
Most travelers assume their experience will be a nightmare around the peak winter season, but that largely depends on where you are.
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Thinking of investing in bitcoin? Think again, financial advisors say.
American Express has announced that it will no longer require signatures for credit card purchases beginning in April 2018, the Verge reports.
It's not easy to predict what will resonate with people, but these strange products sure did — netting their inventors millions.
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