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Golden Years Panic: You Have About a 2 in 3 Chance of Retiring

Even that may be considered optimistic, as a new study indicates that less than half of U.S. workers have put more than $10,000 toward their retirement.

You Have About a 2 in 3 Chance of Retiring

Even that may be considered optimistic, as a new study indicates that less than half of U.S. workers have put more than $10,000 toward their retirement.

What You Don't Know About Credit Cards Is Staggering

Not only do cardholders not know how to pay down credit cards and maintain good credit, but they don't realize that they can get better credit terms just by asking.

10 Gas-Guzzling Vehicles for This Year's Low Gas Prices

With gas below $2 a gallon and the U.S. rekindling its romance with the SUV, car buyers may as well look at some of the least-efficient vehicles around.

Relax: You Still Have Plenty of Time to File Your Taxes Correctly

The tax deadline has been pushed back a few days this year, but you still have time in the next few weeks to organize and even make deductions for 2015.

5 Industries That Go All-In On March Madness Spending

The NCAA men's basketball tournament gives everyone from insurers to wing joints a shot at a young demographic in financial flux.

Credit Card Debt Is at Dangerous Levels
Credit Card Debt Is at Dangerous Levels

03/25/16 - 01:00 PM EDT

U.S. consumers are compiling credit card debt far faster than they can pay it down, but it doesn't take much to buck bad pre-recession spending habits.

10 Crossover SUVs You Can Get For $25,000 Or Less

Cheap gas driving demand for crossovers, but rising SUV sticker prices are leaving few affordable options.

Why You Have No Idea How Much Money You'll Need For Retirement

There are rules of thumb for retirement savings, but the reality of what's necessary varies widely based on the retiree.

You Have No Idea How Much Money You'll Need For Retirement

The rule of thumb for retirement savings is being able to live on 70% of your pre-retirement income, but how effective that is varies widely based on the retiree.

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