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3 Financial New Year's Resolutions That Aren't So Hard to Achieve

TheStreet put together a few financial related New Year's resolutions that you can actually stick to in 2017.

Stuff Your Stockings With these Four SPDR ETFs

Here are the four exchange-traded funds to own heading into the new year according to the head of research for SPDR ETFs.

How to Put the Gift of College in Your Child's Stocking

In six months, your child will probably not be playing with that toy you bought for Christmas. That's why you are better off giving the gift of college.

Make a Financial Resolution to Save More and Worry Less in 2017

People who make resolutions on money matters tend to feel better about the state of their finances, said Ken Hevert, senior vice president of Retirement at Fidelity.

How to Plan and Finance Your Family's College Dreams

The cost of college continues to rise dramatically and parents need to start saving for their children as early as pre-school!

Investors Have Been Selling Bonds Since the Election, Could Spell Trouble for Borrowers

Market turmoil in the bond market could lead to higher rates on consumer loans, says one portfolio manager.

Ways New Grads Can Start to Put Their Money to Work

It's time to start thinking about your future, like the 50 years down the road kind of future.

New Study Supports What Democrats Are Making a Central Theme of Their Presidential Campaign

The latest study from Merrill Lynch appears to support what Democrats have been saying...millennials are cracking under the weight of too much student debt.

Money Market Reform Deadline Creating Buying Opportunities

Money market fund reform is nearing its third and final compliance deadline this week and that could create unique buying opportunities in the ultra-short municipal bond space.

Jim Cramer: Wells Fargo Woes Might Sink CEO John Stumpf

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf might not survive the account creation scandal now that it has blown up into a Congressional affair, says Jim Cramer.