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Saving For a Rainy Day Bears More Priority Than Paying Off Debt
Why Even Apple Pay Isn't Converting Us All to Mobile Payments
10 Wi-Fi Vehicles That Are Connecting With U.S Car Buyers
Affordable Care Act Penalizes Businesses For Misclassifying Workers
How Big a Role Should Social Security Play in Your Retirement?
What 'Shahs of Sunset's' Reza and GG's Plan to do With Tax Refund
Far from LA's Sunset Boulevard, the cast of 'Shah's of Sunset' rang Wednesday's closing bell at the Nasdaq MarketSite (NDAQ) in Times Square.
Morning Dance Parties Before Work Are How Millennials Prepare for the Office
Alcohol-free morning dance parties from companies like Daybreaker and Morning Gloryville have grown in popularity across the nation and world.
How Much Should I Tip?: An Essential Guide to Giving Out Gratuities
Etiquette experts weigh in on how much you should give everyone from your hairdresser to the cable guy.
Top Ways To Avoid Racking up Monthly Credit Card Debts
Cutting up your credit cards sometimes seems like the only way to ensure a balance of zero every month.
Not Worried About ID Theft? Meet the Woman Whose Data Has Been Stolen 6 Times
I.D. theft worries consumers, but they don't think there's much to be done about it.
Why Certain Tax Deductions Are Not Allowed in These Four States
California, Georgia, Indiana and North Carolina have yet to introduce legislation to update their conformity date to allow deductions that benefit teachers, students, homeowners and retirees.
Overlooking These Tax Deductions Could Cost More Than You Think
Now is the time for taxpayers to review new deductions and avoid careless, costly mistakes.
Clipping Coupons Is So Last Century -- Here's How to Save Big Money Without Them
Clipping coupons can be a real drag. But you an also get the biggest savings without them.
Why Buying Bonds With Negative Yield Isn’t as Weird as It Sounds
While a first for Germany, other countries have sold negative yield bonds from time to time, and it's better than money in a mattress.
How to Survive Disruptive Life Events Without Breaking the Bank
Some 49% of Americans whose life has been impacted by an unexpected life event will need to delay retirement and forego it completely.