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Parents Are Skipping Out on Student Financial Aid for the Most Surprising Reason

Over 50% of parents with college-bound students are turning down potential government money, says a new survey.

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Consumer Confidence Drives Co-Branded Credit Cards Trend

Should you sign up for one? Here’s how to decide.

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Why You Should Take Advantage of the Free Credit Freeze That’s About to Happen

Freezing your credit is one of the best things you can do to protect yourself from fraud.

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4 Important Steps to Take if Your Home Was Damaged in Hurricane Florence

Follow these steps to avoid price gouging from home contractors.

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How Will Homeowners Insurance Help Massachusetts' Fire Victims?

Policyholders will need to evaluate their options in the wake of Thursday night's tragedy.

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Airbnb Coordinates Free Housing for Hurricane Evacuees

The company joins other corporations pitching in to help those fleeing Florence.

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Evacuations Begin as Hurricane Florence Approaches the Southeast

Experts predict damage caused by Hurricane Florence will be severe.

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What to Eat Now That Subway's $5 Footlong is Gone

A look at how the deals of other fast-food chains stack up against each other.

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British Airways Customers’ Credit Cards Hacked in Major Data Breach

Here are steps to take if you suspect your data may have been compromised.

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The Number of Middle Class Families on Welfare Programs Has Doubled

It’s not just the poor who are tapping into government entitlement benefits, according to a new report.

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New Tax Law Lets Families Tap Into 529 Plans for Private K-12 Education

Parents wanting to send their children to private K-12 schools have a new financial tool to help with the high costs.