Fears of an overheated economy could prompt the Federal Reserve to cut short a recovery in which incomes have already struggled to gain traction.
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Bringing back people who took early retirement can benefit both employer and employee, whether it’s by training new workers or helping in a crisis.
After years in which inflation was barely a concern, it has been creeping back up toward its long-term average.
Working in the summer is less common among teenagers now as more do volunteer work or take classes. But as one educator said, “Summer jobs are a great idea.”
The average debt load is flattening out, a new analysis of federal loan data shows, but college isn’t getting cheaper. Many students are hitting their borrowing cap, and parents are filling the gap.
Gender dynamics have become much more egalitarian over the past half-century, but certain attitudes may endure when it comes to men, women and money.
A top priority: Get a handle on student loans. Next, financial experts say, figure out what money is coming in each month and what’s going out.
Has the prospect of retirement taken on a sudden, terrifying urgency? Here are the financial planning moves you need to start making now.
To keep squabbles from damaging their business, families are turning to chief learning officers to help them make better decisions that will benefit them and their company.
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Is a stranger being rude? Your seat mate crying? A friend acting strangely? We’re all dealing with something, as our Sketch Guy columnist reminds us.
Security companies are hoping to harness the potential of A.I., promising better service at lower prices. But experts say there are risks.
Education debt is a priority for younger employees. A new program from the pharmaceutical company Abbott adds a twist: promoting retirement saving, too.
A new version of the 1040 income tax form, set for release this week, omits some popular deductions and requires several worksheets for many taxpayers to complete.
A federal appeals court dealt a final blow to a Labor Department rule that required financial professionals to act in their customers’ best interest.
The head of the Consumer Federation of America said the increase was encouraging because those who check their scores know more about how the scores work.
Buying a business out of bankruptcy might seem like a good deal, but it comes with risks. Heed this advice from others who invest in distressed assets.
After 145 million Americans’ financial information was exposed last year, some of them won cases against the credit reporting agency in local courts.
The federal program is about to lapse. But consumer advocates are urging homeowners to get the coverage.
New businesses are cropping up to help college graduates find a meaningful job, but the services don’t come cheap.