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This week only, President Obama will answer one question on student loans every day via text.
Even if you're a childless individual with little in the way of assets, you should have a will.
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These 10 states now ban employers from pulling a prospective employee's credit report.
The Barclay Arrival World MasterCard combines the benefits of a traditional travel rewards card with the flexibility of a cashback card.
On June 5, 1933, FDR took the United States off the gold standard.
Summer vacations don’t have to be expensive. The National Wildlife Refuge System is offering fun and free activities all summer.
When gas prices drop, most Americans don’t increase their discretionary spending.
The smartphone app offers discounts to local business and makes paying easy.
If you’re planning a summer barbeque, you’ll want to check out some of the coupons that can save you a little cash on a few things you’ll need.
More and more jobs require a college degree but more and more college students are accruing massive debt.
Salaried managers want in on the tip action at Starbucks and baristas have filed a lawsuit in response.
New research reveals that moms are now the primary breadwinners in 40 percent of American families.
Student loan debt increased by $20 billion during the first quarter of 2013 and the total outstanding debt now sits at $986 billion.
Although an extra $600 million would be nice, I didn't even bother buying a ticket for last week's Powerball drawing.
A group of kids had the opportunity of a lifetime, pitching their business ideas to billionaire Warren Buffett.
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