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Gen Xers Win Title of 'Most Worried’ About Retirement

Generation Xers were slammed by the financial crisis and are now worried about the stability of their jobs.

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson on Donald Trump and the 2016 Presidential Race

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson said Donald Trump’s rise in the polls should be taken seriously because issues he is talking about are things a lot of voters care about.

Instructure IPO Prices at Low End but Rises in NYSE Debut on Friday

Instructure (INST), a learning management software company, opened higher in its trading debut on the New York Stock Exchange Friday.

How to Go to School Tuition Free and End Up With a Six Figure Job

Brandon Archilla, a former barber and truck driver, is now on his way to an all-expenses paid path that will lead him to a six-figure salary.

Refinance Your Students Loans Now Before Interest Rates Head Higher

With a rising rate environment approaching, anybody holding a student loan should consider refinancing, said Brendan Coughlin, president of consumer lending at Citizens Bank (CFG).

Dig Into Grand Canyon, Weatherford Shares Says Thornburg Value Manager

Shares of Grand Canyon Education (LOPE) have fallen over 18% so far in 2015, but they have still outperformed the rest of the beleaguered for-profit education sector.

Help Your Daughters Start a Business, Teach them to ‘Be Great’

Teaching young girls to start and run a business is an important step in closing the gender wage gap, said Holly Lichtenfeld, author of Be Great: A Money-Making Adventure.

Sky’s the Limit for Women in Finance, but They Must Be Persistent

The sky’s the limit for women pursuing careers in the male-dominated financial services industry, but they need to be persistent to achieve success, according to one female financial executive.

Here’s Why Your Kids Aren’t Learning About Money in School

Personal finance isn’t being taught in schools.

U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Personal Income and Spending Climb

U.S. stocks opened lower Friday as personal income and spending both rose in July.