5 questions to ask before combining finances (or not)

Though your financial chemistry may not be what's lighting you up right now, one of the most important things you can do as a new couple is to get to know each other money-wise.

Now even high earners can't afford college

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I want to start a family but I still have massive student loans

It's tough for students to plan for the future while wrestling with student loan debt. But with careful strategy, it's not impossible.

How not to get ripped off at the doctor's office

Nobody likes a surprise medical bill. Here's what you can do to make sure you don't get overcharged the next time you're sick.

3 things you need to know about your credit score

You know you have a credit score. But do you know why the number is what it is? How it is calculated? Or how to change it?

Working from home is really having a moment

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How much investing risk should you take in retirement?

Once we retire the goal for most of us is to ensure that the savings we've accumulated will be able to provide us with income throughout a retirement that can last 30 or more years.

Here's a new reason to work fewer hours

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Big Oil wants to tax itself and give cash to Americans

Big Oil is proposing a revolutionary new tax to combat climate change that would pay money directly to American families.

Americans are saving (a little) more

More people have six months of expenses in savings, and fewer have nothing saved for emergencies, according to a new study from Bankrate.