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Should I invest my retirement savings in gold?
Investing a small portion of your retirement savings in gold would add diversification to your portfolio, but it's probably not necessary.

Women who want to out-earn men should choose their college major carefully
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Today is tax day. Here's what you need to know
Tax returns are due today -- April 18, 2017 -- as is any remaining money you owe to Uncle Sam for 2016.

Immigration phone scam seeks to steal victims' identities
Scam artists claiming to work for U.S. Immigration are calling victims across the country seeking to steal their personal information and commit identity theft, the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general warned Wednesday.

5 mistakes that can tank your credit score fast
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What New Yorkers don't like about the new free tuition scholarship
New York's new tuition-free scholarship comes with strings attached, and some New Yorkers aren't happy about having to live and work in-state after graduating.

This school won't charge you tuition until after you get a job
MissionU is meant to be a cheaper, faster alternative to a bachelor's degree. More than 2,000 people applied in the first 10 days for its data analytics program.

Why mortgages are getting cheaper
Despite the Federal Reserve increasing interest rates, mortgage rates have dropped to the lowest level this year.

Your taxes are not due on April 15. Here's why
You have until Tuesday, April 18 to file your federal taxes this year. That's because April 15 falls on a weekend, and Monday, April 17 happens to be a legal holiday in Washington, D.C.

5 last-minute tax tips you need to know now
As you come down to the wire, make sure you follow these simple rules.

Europe's lost generation: Young, educated and unemployed
Youth unemployment remains above 30% in many European countries. These are the stories of well-educated young people who are still struggling to find work.

It pays to be a genius. Especially if you're getting divorced
Being a certified genius can save you a bundle on a divorce. But you'll have to convince a British judge.

The right way to think about the 4% rule for retirement income
The goal isn't just to make sure your nest egg lasts as long as you do, but also to avoid withdrawing so little that you live unnecessarily frugally in retirement.

Read the fine print: 4 ways you sign away your rights
You might be giving up a lot of rights as a consumer by quickly signing or clicking agree to and agreements without ever really reading it.

Rhode Island could be the next state to make tuition free
Rhode Island's governor has proposed making two years of public college free for recent high school grads.

What you need to know about New York's tuition-free scholarship
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3 of the biggest credit card mistakes
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New York offers free college tuition. So do these countries
New York is making college free for middle-class students. In Europe, some countries have been offering similar benefits for years.

4 things the IRS doesn't want you to know
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Why women lag behind men when it comes to money
The gender gap in financial wellness is alive and well. Here's why women lag behind men, and what they can do about it.

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