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Lessons to Be Learned From Black Monday and the Stock Market Crash of 1987

No one wants to see a Black Monday type crash happen again today. Diana Henriques speaks to TheStreet about the lessons Wall Street learned and still needs to learn.

Drowning in Debt? Here's How to Get Above Water

Depending on how much debt you owe, it could take years to pay down.

Celebrities That Have Stepped Up During Hurricane Harvey

Big salaries, big donations.

60 Second Tips: Consolidation Can Cut Down Your Student Loan Payments

Watch while we tell you how consolidation might help you pay it off sooner and with a little less pain in 60 seconds.

Credit Card Debt Hits a New High, But Retailers Like J.C. Penney Are Still Down in the Dumps

What are Americans swiping their credit cards for?

60 Second Tips: Questions to Ask Before Marriage

If wedding bells are ringing, then there is a long list of financial questions you should be asking.

Why Robert Kiyosaki Likes Real Estate

It's hard for real estate to become obsolete.

Are Credit Card Rewards Programs Dying Out?

30% of credit card users never redeem their card's rewards.

If You Want Better Credit, Ask for It

Overall, only 28% of cardholders end up asking for an extension of their credit limit.

These Are the Top 5 Lowest 30-Year Mortgage Rates

Potential homeowners in the U.S. take advantage of the continuation of low mortgage rates!