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Millennial Educators: Add Finance Classes for Elementary School Kids

The generation of teachers born between 1980 and 2000 are far keener on adding financial literacy classes to school lessons than older colleagues, according to a new study.

For Big Love, Make Sure Your Credit Scores Match

Big differences in credit score means big relationship problems ahead. Simon Constable explains.

What CarMax and Google Have in Common: Hennessy Fund Stock Picks

David Rainey, who co-manages the Hennessy Focus Fund, explains how he picks stocks and why CarMax, Alphabet and O'Reilly Automotive make a good mix for investors.

Scrap the C-Note to Stop Crime? It's a Red Herring

Calls to eliminate high-denomination currency like the $100 bill and the 500-euro note are less about stopping criminals than about making negative interest rates -- like the ECB's -- work.

Lower Oil Prices Are Actually Stopping a U.S. Recession, Not Causing One

The economic fallout of plummeting energy prices is overblown. Lower prices are actually a net positive for the U.S. economy, despite the pain they've caused to Big Oil.

7 Must-Read Books if You Want to Get Rich, in Dollars and Sense

Successful people prefer books to television, it's often said, but what should you be reading in order to join their ranks? Simon Constable has some suggestions.

You Won't Believe How the Apple Watch Can Cut Your Insurance Bill

Wearable technology from companies like Apple will fundamentally change insurance, potentially giving a price break to users whose good habits make them healthier and likely to live longer.

Recession? We're Not There Yet, So Don't Hit the Panic Button

Don't freak out yet. The U.S. economy isn't on the verge of a recession, according to both researchers and indicators from the bond market to employment data.

How Obamacare is Cutting Your Salary -- And Your Vacation Budget

The Affordable Care Act mandate is cutting into wages and sucking up the benefits of lower gasoline prices, two new reports say. Simon Constable explains.

Why a Higher Minimum Wage Will Make Workers Poorer

Increases in the minimum wage in states from New York to Alaska and California will add to the woes of low-skilled and younger workers, according to new economic research.

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