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Video: Billions of dollars. That's the amount of unclaimed money in the U.S. waiting to be given back to the rightful owners.
Stock index futures tumbled 2 percent as Japan faced a nuclear meltdown, sending global equities lower in what could cause prolonged financial turmoil.
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Video: Gas prices have jumped about 20 cents in just one week and customers across the country are increasingly suspicious of oil companies.
For all the talk about $100-a-barrel oil snuffing out economic recovery, it has so far inspired only modest changes in U.S. consumer behavior.
Economic woes have left husbands in the home while wives go out and work.
Here are some creative ways you can spend a little less and save a lot more.
The surge in oil prices is the latest blow for businesses that are already being hit by soaring costs as consumer spending remains weak.
Real Simple’s Sarah Humphreys reveals which items you should be buying at the dollar store to save and which items are worth splurging on at the grocery store.
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Learn tricks that help you save cash — and the environment — while fueling up.
Video: From supersized shopping carts to illuminated displays, grocery stores are pulling out all the stops to get you to spend more. Are you being tricked into buying more?
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Video: Msnbc's Alex Witt talks with personal finance expert Carmen Wong Ulhrich.
Get prepared for the April 15 deadline now by following this advice from the professionals.
Sixteen percent of couples affected by financial infidelity said the deception led to a divorce and 11 percent said it caused a separation.
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