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Sharon Epperson joins us on set to talk about common money mistakes made in college — and how to avoid them.
Most students are navigating new financial territory when they reach college. Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes.
Here are some key steps to take right away if you win big in Tuesday night’s drawing.
Factor in this cost if you’re planning to buy a new home.
Even though love is blind, more young couples focus on prenuptial agreements before walking down the aisle.
Are you planning to travel this summer? Sharon Epperson joins us to keep you informed about the fraud tactics you may come across.
Say hello to the health savings account. It’s your next pot of retirement dollars. How to get the most out of your account.
Sharon Epperson breaks down how you can lower your credit card interest rate and raise your credit limit.
Few cardholders ask their credit card issuer for fee waivers, a lower interest rate or a bigger credit limit, despite good chances of success.
You can pay for nearly anything with credit cards but here are six expenses to never put on plastic, according to Experian.
The Federal Reserved hiked interest rates and signaled that two more may be ahead by the end of 2018. So what does rising rates mean for you and your budget? Sharon Epperson breaks it down for us.
Sharon Epperson explains how a 529 could help you save for education expenses.
The majority of U.S. adults feel financially secure, yet retirement and emergency savings are nonexistent for many of them, a new report from the Federal Reserve shows.
The number of Fidelity 401(k) accounts with a balance of $1 million or more is on the rise. But as Sharon Epperson tells us, having all that money stashed away doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll become a millionaire in retirement.