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That's a problem, because younger Americans aren't going to meet their giant retirement savings burden with low-yielding cash investments.
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News about volatility in the the U.S. real estate market looks like cause for concern, but a little analysis paints a more reassuring picture.
Our health as a nation may be improving thanks to the Affordable Care Act, but that won't help much if individuals don't stop their bad habits.
Living in some states can really dent your wallet with a teen driver, with New Hampshire being the worst. The sole state that won't punish you? Hawaii.
Nearly a quarter of families started back-to-school shopping two months early last year. Here's the smartest way to do it.
Pinching pennies where you can is critical to the household college budget, and so is teaching your kid some financial literacy.