It is important to freshen up various aspects of your financial program at least once a year. Why not handle it this spring?
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The stock market is reaching new highs almost daily, but not all the economic news justifies this level of optimism.
Taking these steps after graduation can put young people on the path to financial independence.
Some brick-and-mortar banks are planning leaner, more automated branches, but can it help them reclaim market share from online banks?
The latest report on employment growth rang a note of optimism for the economy, but savings accounts may be slow to benefit.
Pension advance loans may tempt some retirees, but there are things they should consider before taking one.
A new study finds that families expect to spend more than $1,100 on average for prom in 2013. Is there a way they can meet this expense responsibly?
The real estate market has shown signs of improvement, but a closer look reveals a less rosy reality.
Taking a disciplined approach to entering the stock market can help you avoid risky market-timing moves. Learn how you can do it.