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One rule that would put restrictions on how you sell your stocks has been cut from the tax bill.
Here's the feel-good donation of the season: Your bitcoin holdings.
While it might be tempting to free up cash during the holidays, using bank "skip a payment" offers will cost you.
The pot industry could lead others to embrace virtual money, paving the way for a world where consumers find more options at checkout.
If you were lucky enough to win the lottery, how would you use the money? Consumers plan to save most of that windfall.
Lawsuit lenders are enjoying increased demand from consumers seeking extra cash for the holidays.
The tax bill would eliminate any chance that so-called like-kind exchanges can apply to digital assets.
These celebrities filed for bankruptcy protection at some point — and then used their talents to recover.
About 150,000 fans of the party game contributed to a campaign to "save America." The poorest received checks for $1,000.
This conversation may be awkward, yet it can save you and your family members a lot of pain.
Many older workers are interested in working into retirement, but that extra income can cost you if you're not careful.
The Federal Reserve just raised interest rates for the fifth time since December 2015. How that will affect consumers.
Freelance Santas typically rake in $150 an hour, says "Santa" Dan Greenleaf — but some make as much as $500.
If you're in a retirement plan at a small business, you're probably getting hosed on fees.
You might want to think twice before giving money to your adult child.
Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots are climbing yet again. Here's how winners could see their tax bill shift in 2018.
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