Add some delicious sophistication to your holiday table without breaking the bank.
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These online cooking schools can teach you how to whip up tasty holiday dishes that will impress even the snootiest of guests.
While purchasing gift cards remains the most popular holiday gift, all of them are not created equal and some charge large fees to buy them.
Maybe next time don't give someone the gift of your unpaid bills -- and other awkward tales of Christmas presents.
The budget agreement calls for congress to cut payments to private lenders who made student loans.
The danger lurks.
Consultant tells advisors to raise fees until a quarter of clients complain.
A record number of Americans are making plans for a money makeover in 2014.
If you rent a home or an apartment, you're more likely to cut back on groceries, health care services and bank and investment savings.
Having fun at your office holiday party is expected, but dressing inappropriately is not.
Not only is Occupy alive and kicking, it has bought and purged nearly $15 million in other people's personal debt, mostly from medical bills.
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The number of high school graduates is predicted to decline this school year, but that doesn't mean top colleges will be swinging open their doors.
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Huge budget deficits could be alleviated with a significant restructuring of tax rates, the president’s commission says.
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To help you find a gym in your price range, MainStreet took a look at what some of the national gym chains currently charge for a place to sweat.
It's not too late for baby boomers who put off retirement planning and haven't saved enough. Here are five key steps.
Many businesses were forced to cut back in the recession, but a few chose to buck the trend by investing more money to expand. Now, they’re profiting as a result.
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