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Here are the states where you can stretch your retirement savings the furthest and those where even $1 million doesn't go very far.
These 400-square-foot houses are built for accessibility and include a living room, galley kitchen as well as a bedroom.
Here’s what you should consider stocking up on to get some of the best deals of the year.
Eight in 10 workers with student loans say they would value working for a firm that ponies up money to help pay off their debt.
In the unlikely event you die before your student loans are paid off, that debt may live on. Make sure your co-signer isn't on the hook.
Nervous pre-retirees should avoid too much stock exposure.
Drivers in the market for a new car may not know about gap insurance. Experts say it's coverage to consider.
The share of borrowers who owe $50,000 or more tripled over the last decade, according to a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report.
The new drama series dishes out a lot of financial advice, most of which you shouldn't heed.
If you're lucky enough to win the $535 million Powerball on Saturday, taxes will take a big cut of the prize.
Student activism at the University of California, Berkeley, taught Richard Fain the value of working together to accomplish great things.
Raising a baby doesn't come cheap and the costs of child-rearing may be more manageable in certain states.
States that rank high for services fall short on prices.
Self-employed workers are prone to making expensive tax missteps, like not reporting income or underpaying quarterly taxes.
Sweet charity: Don’t wait for December. Giving away appreciated stock now books profits at market highs and nabs you some big tax breaks.
An Illinois player snared the $393 million Mega Millions jackpot Friday. The $430 million Powerball payout is still up for grabs, however.
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