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New research out of the University of Michigan shows that the more money you have, the happier you are likely to be.
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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.
If you're in a rush to get your 2012 tax return completed by Monday's deadline, check out these last-minute resources.
While a mileage or points rewards credit card might look enticing, most consumers don’t even keep up-to-date with their balances.
59% of Americans felt the tax they paid in 2012 was fair and most taxpayers are using their tax refund to pay off debt or pad their savings.
The mortgage interest tax deduction totals nearly $1 billion annually.
A new study from The Pew Charitable Trusts examines the association between unemployment and upward mobility.
From moving the family pet to getting breast implants, here are some of the oddest deductions justified to the IRS.
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