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The escalation of the Ukrainian conflict offers an opportunity to assess the administration’s competence and how it perceives the U.S.'s international role.
Home values in more than 1,000 cities and towns are already at or near their bubble-era peaks.
Weak economic growth and high unemployment have persisted despite the extraordinary measures implemented by the Federal Reserve.
While the labor market and overall economy remain on shaky ground, consumer sentiment improved to its best level in nine months.
The Federal Reserve’s actions in recent years have cost American bank customers billions of dollars.
More people would rather be asked how much they weigh than how much credit card debt they have.
The U.S. tax code and corporate America are infamously known as a duo surrounded by political rhetoric and controversy.
Millennials are entering the real world with record amounts of debt and trying to build a career in one of the worst labor markets in history.
It can be very difficult to say no to your boss or a coworker at work. Here are some ways you can say no at work.
Metropolitan areas across the country are reporting pre-recession era jobless rates, meaning workers are now able to demand wage increases.
Here are five ways you can save money during your first year with a new baby.
A new survey finds that people in certain parts of the country are far more likely to say their taxes are too high.
Key to the current unemployment situation is the discouragement of job seekers, poor work incentives created by government policies, the growth of federal disability programs, and the inadequacies of schooling and training.
When it comes to personal finance in America, perhaps the only situation worse than the ongoing retirement crisis is the status of savings accounts.
Many companies are returning capital to investors by issuing dividends and conducting share repurchases at a record pace.
A new study shows how that tax dollar you sent in this year gets divided up.
Here's a look at what risks lay waiting on the road through a successful retirement.
When the recession hit, jobs of all sorts went out the window, but women managed to weather the recession better. Here's why.
While a college degree is still necessary for many jobs, the debt that often comes with a degree can be stifling.
Here are five ways you can save money on your business.