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There’s no need to panic — yet, says a respected scholar on capital markets.
For one thing, you need to fill out the FAFSA form — regardless of family income.
Your credit history is your financial scorecard, so good credit is well worth the effort.
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Experts weigh in on what happened and how you can protect yourself from the next crash.
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I wasn’t surprised that Aretha Franklin didn’t have a will. You probably don’t have one either.
No, you don’t have to be crazy rich. Here’s how we did it.
Why the future of America’s middle class is so financially fragile.
Counting on a tax refund next year? Double-check your withholdings now.
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While reaching this milestone is pretty cool, what does it really mean?
It’s the parents’ money, and whatever they decide to do with it is fair.
Two experts respond to one helicopter parent offering unwanted financial advice.
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