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If you struggle with buying holiday gifts for loved ones, it's worth taking notice that 65% of Americans would love to travel.
A rattled life insurance industry is making it much easier for people to buy its products. Even the mandatory medical exam is gone.
As Cyber Monday hits a record $2 billion in sales, a survey of mobile shoppers shows some surprise favorites.
Companies are laying fewer employees, but career professionals still need an insurance policy in place to negotiate a good severance package.
We can use cash, credit, debit, prepaid cards, checks, wire transfers, digital wallets and online and mobile payments, but which do we want?
Don't sign anything too quickly. If you suffer a layoff, you might be in a position to negotiate for better severance pay or benefits,
Conditions should mostly be favorable for consumers looking toward 2015, a study says. And chip cards will finally arrive, among other things.
Financial planners see it all the time: People who don't adjust their plans because they don't know things have changed. Don't let this be you.
Nobody is predicting another housing bubble yet, but the ingredients for another bubble pop exists in 21% of U.S. housing markets.
If you want to show appreciation for that holiday haircut or Christmas car wash but aren't sure how much to give, no worries.