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Retirement has been on your mind. You’ve been thinking about the right time to finally leave your job, and what the next chapter of your life will be like.
Then the trade war between the world’s two largest economies heated up. Your savings went down. And people started talking about a recession.
A new list by SeniorAdvice.com — a housing referral service — ranks the best places to spend your golden years.
More than 70% of students surveyed don’t know that loans from the government are subsidized.
Despite headlines of record low unemployment and a booming economy, just 43% of Americans are certain they could come up with $2,000 for an unexpected expense.
Sen. Bernie Sanders announced a plan on Monday to erase the country’s $1.6 trillion outstanding student loan tab, intensifying the higher education policy debate in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary.
The Great Recession has officially been over for a decade. For many Americans, there’s little reason to celebrate.
Many people’s finances haven’t recovered from the recession’s blows, according to a new survey by personal finance website Bankrate.com.
A growing number of companies automatically take money from their employees’ paychecks and deposit it into a retirement account — even after a worker has said “no, thanks.”