A boom in share buybacks raises some questions that shareholders of the company need to ask.
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A new study suggests that financial worries can make employees less productive, but both workers and employers can take steps to address this problem.
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A new MoneyRates.com poll shows that men and women aren't necessarily thankful for the same things in personal finance, but that they do share a favorite product.
If stock market history repeats itself, the outcome of last week's election is great news for investors.
If some retirement guidance is good, is more guidance always better? Experts say that being exposed to too much retirement advice may actually be a bad thing.
The fear of running out of money is not a pleasant companion, but that doesn't mean you should flee it.
If you have big retirement dreams but haven't saved enough to realize them, it may be time to make some adjustments. Here's how to do it.
A strong U.S. dollar may sound like a great thing, but there are some drawbacks to the dollar's recent rise.