No matter how experienced you are, you can always learn from others’ mistakes—and it just might get you that next job.
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If you're wondering how to get out of debt and are considering your options, explore the debt avalanche — also called the debt ladder — and learn how it could benefit you.
Refinancing student loans can feel like serious financial spring-cleaning. But it doesn’t have to. Just consider it life simplification—the kind that can save you money.
If you've got thousands of points or miles burning a hole in your virtual pocket, there may be ways to get you on a plane. Here are some suggestions from travel experts and travelers who've made it happen.
You're retired—congratulations! There's just one thing: Medicare, which you're eligible for at age 65, doesn't cover routine dental work.
According to a recent survey of 1,000 mothers by The NHP Foundation, nearly two-thirds believe their adult kids aren’t fully prepared to live on their own. Here's what parents can do about it.
As a parent, you're responsible for teaching your children about a wide range of topics, from table manners to tying shoes. If you haven't included financial literacy for kids among the many teachable moments you share every day, then it may be time to add it to your parenting playbook.
When it comes to college majors, those in the science, technology, engineering and math fields are most useful as undergraduate degrees, a new study finds. Here's how they scored.
Tax reform could negate the mortgage interest deduction for many taxpayers. But is it really a big deal?
You’ve spent years playing by the corporate rules, but that all goes out the window when you join a startup. Here’s how to manage.