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Just how much can you deduct for the fondue set you donated to Goodwill on your taxes?
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Now that the recession is starting to recede, Americans are starting to take strong interest in luxury brands again.
The fastest-growing job in the nation is in home health care, but the pay is low, even below minimum wage for some.
Save money and reduce your carbon footprint when you use one of these apps to organize a carpool or book a carshare ride.
Video: According to 2012 guidelines, a family of four making less than $23,000 per year is living in poverty. But the Wagasky family is not only surviving on nearly $10,000 less than that; they are thriving and have no debt.
Recent forms of the 'advance-fee' fraud have taken on the form of emails promising foreign-lottery winnings.
The income gap in the U.S. is startling. This video presentation puts the numbers in perspective.
A survey shows that most Americans prefer to spend their tax returns within the year that they receive them, thinking of them as bonuses.
Maximizing your child's college financial aid involves more than simply filling out a FAFSA.
Manufacturers are decreasing the number and value of food coupons, but there are still some to be found online.
Marc Okon founded Pet Food Stamps to prevent financially strapped pet owners from having to choose between feeding themselves and feeding their pets.
'Set a Goal. Make a Plan. Save Automatically.' is the theme for America Saves Week 2013, which starts today.
After one family discovered they owed more than $474,000 for a hospital stay, they began to ask more specific questions. The answers surprised them.
When you lose your wallet, you probably know you should report your credit and debit cards lost to prevent them from being used. What else needs to be done to protect your identity and your credit?
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