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5 Financial Planning Changes You Need to Know Right Now

2016 will be a big one for changes in tax regulations and financial planning deadlines so investors better be 'ready'.

Can't Find a New Job? Race Matters When it Comes to Job Leads

When it comes to hearing about a job lead, race matters, according to a new academic study from Rice University and North Carolina State University.

Rich Getting Richer But Still Not Telling Spouse About It

America’s millionaires are seeing their investments become a larger part of their overall wealth, but they still have difficulty opening up to their spouses about their financial dealings.

Here’s How to Achieve Your Financial New Year’s Resolutions

Setting a New Year’s resolution is easy, but sticking to it is another story, especially when it comes to finances.

Save Money With Cash Back Shopping During the Holiday Season

Popular cash-back shopping websites like Ebates, Mr. Rebates or FatWallet can save consumers up to 30 percent on online purchases.

Holiday Shopping Budget: What Are You Buying and for How Much?

If you are making a holiday list, you may want to check it twice to see if you are exceeding your budget.

Here Is How to Navigate Volatile Stock Markets in 2016 and Beyond

An overwhelming number of investors expect volatile markets in 2016, according to a new survey from Wells Fargo and Gallup.

Here’s What You Need to Know About Buying and Selling Exchange Traded Funds

Demand for exchange traded funds remains strong. Year-to-date, investors have directed some $201 billion into ETFs, on track to reach the $243 billion invested during 2014 -- according to ETF.com.

Apple Pay and Square Are Gaining Steam Among Small Business Owners

More than half of small business owners are using technology to accept payments, a new survey said, amid the rise of platforms like Apple’s (AAPL) Apple Pay and Square (SQ).

Here’s How to Keep Your Spending in Check This Holiday Season

The consumer may be strengthening, but that doesn’t mean budgeting should be pushed to the back burner.