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The Fed's decision to move ahead with tapering came just as new reports renewed doubts on the recovery.
A new recession may seem unthinkable right now, but history suggests it would be about typical at this point.
Accumulating wealth is important, but so is arranging sufficient financial liquidity to meet your needs. Learn how to do it.
Despite conventional wisdom saying it is best to minimize withholding, most people prefer to get a tax refund -- and they may have a point in today's low-yield environment.
While some retirement costs are obvious, others fly below the radar. Here's how to prepare for some of the subtle expenses.
Those hoping for better savings account rates in 2014 received a dual setback in the first weeks of the year.
Shifting your debt burden into a mortgage can save you money, but it can also put your home at risk. Learn when this approach makes sense.
Despite the economic recovery, many Americans remain nervous about their career prospects, according to a new study commissioned by MoneyRates.com.