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Maine May Join Other States With Financial Literacy Requirement for Students

State may become latest to require kids learn real-world personal finance skills

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Personal Loans Almost Double in 3 Years

The No. 1 reason consumers turn to personal loans is to manage existing debt

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Survey: Many Young Adults Wrongly Believe an Inheritance Will Secure their Financial Future

Young adults’ unfounded financial optimism may result in bad money habits.

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Most Adults Don’t Feel Comfortable Talking About Money In a Relationship

A new survey reveals couples would rather avoid conversations about personal finances.

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The Average Tax Refund Is Down 8.4%, But That May Change

During the first week of tax season, taxpayers received smaller refunds by an average of $170.

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Just 49% of Americans Can Pay Off Their Credit Card Debt Today: Survey

Here’s how we wind up overspending $315 a month.

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Surprise: Debt Is a Romantic Deal Breaker

The type of debt matters, too, according to a new survey.

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What Is the Pink Tax? (And Are You Paying It?)

Women pay an average of $1,350 a year just for being women.

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Most and Least Affordable Cities in New York for Homeowners & Renters

The affordability of housing costs for homeowners and renters in New York varies significantly based on the city in which you live. It may...

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