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In other parts of the world, depositors pay interest and borrowers earn it. Is the U.S. next?
Your guests won't remember the monogrammed napkins or special programs.
Those two numbers may seem similar, but they serve very different functions.
Booming industries, safe workplaces, low unemployment and affordable costs make these the best places for workers.
You have plenty of options for fixing the damage.
Things aren't tough all over -- just mostly in these places.
Learn to declutter your financial life and spark joy with your spending.
Zero savings, piles of debt, no workable budget, and no emergency fund are financial holes that will swallow your life.
Don't settle for less in your financial life.
Checking accounts, what are they good for?
Going to a game can be a serious stee-rike against your family budget.
Learn the lingo.
Three little initials can tell what that loan will cost you.
Prepare yourself for the wildest economic theories you'll ever hear.
Your choice depends on whether you'd rather pay taxes now, or later.
You'll earn better interest, if you can deal with having your money locked up for months or years.
These basic tenets of financial wisdom will help you take control of your money and your life.
We found that your wallet may not love what a traditional Valentine's Day costs this year.
Make your money work for you with compound interest!
Here's a guide to proper gifts for the service people in your life -- so no one will feel shortchanged.
Don't do these things and you'll enjoy a better financial life, the money guru says.
The Mother of Dragons, Littlefinger and the rest can help you be ready for a financial winter.
Moms and dads need to get schooled, too.
If you take out a $1,000 loan that has a 20% interest rate, how much will you owe each year in interest?
Take the guesswork out of finding your next credit card.
Here's your ticket to the gravy train.
Make it a savvy new year by spending less on food, fees and basic bills.
MoneyWise finds if you don't watch out, a traditional V-Day can set you back hundreds of dollars.
Go away somewhere fun and maybe even exotic for less than the price of some smartphones.
There are better ways to hold onto your sanity and your savings.
We rank U.S. age groups by the percentages of their income that they spend on presents. Who's grinchiest?
Love may be blind, but financial understandings between couples should be crystal clear.
You're going to need more than an umbrella for this storm.
Some checking accounts allow you to earn decent money with your money.
A bank breakup doesn't have to be messy!
Are you ready if an unexpected bill hits you in the wallet tomorrow? If not, then start saving!
Boosting your credit score can change your life. Here's how to go about it.