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How to earn $5,000 a year more in retirement
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Government sues America's largest student loan company
Navient, formerly part of Sallie Mae, was sued by the CFPB Wednesday for allegedly cheating borrowers out of repayment rights.

American Airlines introduces Basic Economy fare
American Airlines will start offering the lower cost fares, but passengers have to board last, won't get a seat assignment until check-in and can't use overheard bins.

The 1 thing Millennials need to know about investing
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Is now the time to invest my retirement savings in stocks?
Forecasting short-term moves in the financial markets is largely a guessing game.

Don't make this 401(k) mistake in 2017
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Rhode Island governor wants to make tuition free, too
Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo wants to make two years of tuition free for residents enrolled at public colleges.

The 2 changes to 401(k)s in 2017 you need to know
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Why it takes years to save for a down payment
Coming up with a 20% down payment for a median-price home costs buyers two-thirds of their annual income, according to a new Zillow report.

3 IRA myths debunked
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6 in 10 Americans don't have $500 in savings
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The 'poor man's MBA' can boost salaries by 20%
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JetBlue just made WiFi free on all domestic flights
JetBlue announced passengers on all its domestic flights will have access to free WiFi.

Should I invest $1 million of my retirement savings in an annuity?
You need to come up with a comprehensive plan to generate the retirement income you need from all the resources at your disposal.

A taxpayer-friendly way to do tax reform
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson released her annual report to Congress on Tuesday. Among her recommendations, consolidates the more than 200 tax breaks in today's code, and refocus the IRS culture on customer service.

4 financial resolutions you really need to keep this year
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It costs $233,610 to raise a child
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Government-backed mortgages are about to get cheaper
The Federal Housing Administration will reduce the annual mortgage insurance premiums borrowers pay when taking out a low down payment home loan that is insured by the government.

Average college degree pays off by age 34
Yes, college is still worth it. But it takes 12 years to recoup the cost of a Bachelor's degree and to make up for time out of the work force.

5 tips to help you save your first $1,000
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