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When it comes to credit card usage, men are from MasterCard and women are from Visa.
A big thank you to the Spanx founder for being the first self-made female billionaire to sign the famous Gates-Buffet pledge.
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McGraw-Hill Federal Credit Union conducted a survey of mothers about their children’s financial future.
A new survey from the American Institute of CPAs reveals the far-reaching impact of burdensome student loans.
The disappearing middle class is dealing with some serious #FirstWorldProblems, like watery quinoa and no Shiraz for the beef bourguignon.
The company will give a $10,000 App Store gift card to the person who downloads the 50 billionth app.
New research out of the University of Michigan shows that the more money you have, the happier you are likely to be.
Print out May 2013’s coupons for natural and organic products before the coupons are gone.
Having a credit card declined is the most awkward money moment, according to one survey.
Now that your tax return has been filed, it's time for a little personal finance spring cleaning.
After a multi-year delay, the Federal Reserve has announced that the newly redesigned $100 bill will enter circulation on October 8, 2013.
Are you being smart about your credit? 42 million Americans have errors on their credit reports and 26 million have an inaccurate credit score because of these errors.
Lord Wolfson, CEO of Britain’s largest department store, Next, gave his entire $3.6 million bonus to his employees.
The number of tax fraud cases due to identity theft has risen dramatically in recent years, but both local and federal authorities have spent the last few months targeting the thieves.
Meal planning isn't merely a solution your boring, repetitive menus at home; it can also help you save money.
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