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House and Senate agree: The adoption tax credit stays
The Senate's proposed tax plan preserves the adoption tax credit.

The words we use to describe sexual harassment
Harassment, assault, coercion -- how do we define these terms?

Senate, unlike House, would keep mortgage deduction intact
Republican Senators are parting ways with their counterparts in the House when it comes to the mortgage interest deduction.

How should I invest my inheritance money?
If you're in your 20s, here are some of the best things to do with inheritance money.

When playing it safe with your money can actually be risky
The reason is that bank money-market accounts or CDs alone might not provide the returns you'll need after inflation and taxes to maintain your purchasing power throughout a post-career life that could last well into your 90s.

What's in the Senate Republican's tax bill
Senate Republican tax writers have finally revealed some of the details from their soon-to-be-released tax reform plan.

My budgeting app is judging me
One of the features that makes Mint unique is its tone of voice. The app has a tendency not-so-gently alert you when you've overspent.

Are you taking enough vacation?
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Why you're hardwired to be bad at money
Why are money decisions so stressful? It's because your brain is fundamentally challenged when it comes to financial choices, according to new research.

How to answer the salary question during a job interview
The job interview is going great. You're nailing each answer. Then the salary question comes up. Here's how to handle it.

What to do with your 401(k) when you retire
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What's so bad about my bad credit?
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How to talk about sexual harassment with colleagues
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House tax bill would scrap deduction for medical expenses
The tax bill unveiled in the House on Thursday would eliminate a decades-old deduction for people with very high medical costs.

House tax plan allows unborn children to have college savings accounts
Parents would be allowed to open 529 college savings accounts for their unborn children.

Who's affected by the mortgage changes in the House tax bill
The Republican tax bill proposes capping the mortgage interest deduction at $500,000. That's bad news for these home buyers.

Talking about #metoo with our mothers
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5 money moves you need to make by 30
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House tax plan would kill the student loan interest deduction
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How companies can stop sexual harassment before it starts
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