Being called a non-essential worker is 'a slap in the face'

Patrick Conway, like other 'non-essential' workers, was told to stay home on furlough, or temporary unpaid leave.

A rent-to-own offer on your house may deserve a second look

If you're approached by a rent-to-own buyer, the deal might be worth considering.

'I know you cheated on your wife.' Growing blackmail scam demands payment in bitcoin

If you get a blackmail letter demanding payment in bitcoin, you're not alone.

Tapping 529s to pay for private school could come back to bite you

Using withdrawals from a 529 plan to cover private school makes sense, as long as there is enough left for college.

How to use your investments to support women in the workplace

If you want to support women in the workplace, the right portfolio strategy can back that up.

SALT in the wound: How high-tax states are working around federal tax breaks

California, New York and New Jersey are pitching ideas to protect residents' tax deductions.

Why employees say workplace sexual harassment goes unreported

A new survey shows many victims of workplace sexual harassment remain silent.

Half of retirees have a nice 'problem' to tackle

Hooray, you've reached your retirement savings goal! Now, here's what to do.

Big mistake: Choosing a college savings plan based solely on state tax breaks

Picking the right college savings plan goes beyond getting a tax break on your state return.

5 tax software options for do-it-yourself filers

Tax software features and prices vary widely. Here's how to choose.