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Don't let your 401(k) keep you from opening an IRA to maximize your retirement savings.
Turned down for what? A mortgage! Here's how to respond to rejection.
If college loans take a big bite of your income, the interest you're paying on them could help cut your tax bill.
Consider all these factors before you draw money out of your 403(b) plan.
Congrats, Mississippi! You have the least credit card debt. Who else makes the list?
Got a job far away? The IRS helps you move, allowing tax breaks for some expenses.
Try this one simple trick to see where you could save big.
Want help in paying $4,000 of your college costs? Then look no further than your tax return.
Which state is No. 1? It'll take people there 11 years to pay off credit card debt.
You might be surprised to learn about the rules governing banks and check cashing.
See if a grieving family should worry about coverage for their loved one's property.
You can rack up debt with a credit card. Here's how to manage money with prepaid cards.
Most people don't get preapproved for a loan before house-hunting. Should they?
Heavy fees for commonly used services can quickly gobble up prepaid card money.
Bankrate's 2015 survey of prepaid cards shows a cross section of what's available in the marketplace.
This house is worth jumping on a couch for: Cruise's California estate is for sale.
They had their moment of stardom. Has the curtain fallen on celebrity prepaid cards?
Some taxpayers can claim up to a dozen or more deductions right on their 1040 return.
Here's how to avoid getting scammed by car thieves who disguise stolen rides.
A lower interest rate should save you money. Here's why this auto refinance offer costs more.
Hearing more about health savings accounts and the like where you work? Here's why.
Here's a shopping trick this holiday season: Do yourself a favor and stay out of the dressing room.
Co-op or condo? Your comfort, plus your long- and short-term needs, dictate the choice.
If your marriage is ending, a mortgage refinance or new home purchase may be ahead.
If you don't make a lot, the earned income tax credit could help you get some cash back.
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