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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.

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Private Colleges Launch Tuition Discount Programs to Attract Top Students

More private universities are introducing price-matching programs, which is good news for students.

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These States Have the Most Expensive Child Care

Starting a family costs more than ever, especially if you live in these places in the U.S.

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Why Middle-Class Americans Are Struggling to Put Food on the Table

A surprising 40% of Americans are having trouble paying for basic necessities like food, healthcare and housing, according to a new report