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Free college keeps growing as Arkansas, Indiana, Montana and Rhode Island join in

About 20 percent of states have already enacted some form of free college tuition, but some programs come with a catch.

Powerball jackpot reaches $700 million, second-largest prize ever

The Powerball jackpot is now $700 million, after Saturday's drawing failed to yield a winner.

Powerball jackpot swells to $650 million

The Powerball jackpot is now $650 million, after Saturday's drawing failed to yield a winner.

This is how long $1 million will last in retirement

Saving $1 million for retirement sounds like a lot, yet that depends on where you live.

Here's why employers may want to help out on the mountain of student loan debt

Eight in 10 workers with student loans say they would value working for a firm that helps pay off their debt.

If you have student loan debt, you might also need life insurance

In the unlikely event you die before student loans are paid off, the debt may live on. Your co-signer may be on hook.

Percentage of college graduates owing $20,000 in student loan debt doubles in 10 years

Students are taking on more college debt and are having a harder time paying it back, according to a new CFPB report.

New Netflix series 'Ozark' is full of money advice you shouldn't take

The new drama series dishes out a lot of financial advice, most of which you shouldn't heed.

Powerball jackpot balloons to $535 million

If you're lucky enough to win the $535 million Powerball on Saturday, taxes will take a big chunk.

Royal Caribbean CEO: College taught me the right way to protest

Student activism at UC Berkeley taught a young Richard Fain the value of working together to accomplish great things.

These gig economy tax missteps can sink your business

Self-employed workers are prone to making expensive missteps, like underpaying quarterly taxes.

Donating stock is a triple play: Book profits, skip capital gains and pocket a deduction

Don’t wait for December. Giving away appreciated stock now books profits at market highs and gets you some tax breaks.

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