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Even after the recession decimated the net worth of millions, some economists argue people are being tricked into saving more than they need. At least they have conviction.
Jamie Dimon returned to Capitol Hill yesterday for round two of his congressional testimony concerning JPMorgan’s springtime trading fiasco.
Consumers have been good about paying down their debt. But they stink at managing what debt remains. Here are five ways to keep control.
It’s unlikely that most families will be able to make up for lost time after a 21-year period in which growth in their net worth has averaged out to less than nothing. However, some analysts are clinging to misconceptions that …
Layaway used to be reserved for big-ticket items like televisions or leather couches. Now, you can use it for your summer vacation.
Despite all the attention focused on Greece’s latest election, the results won’t alter the course of Europe’s widening debt crisis
The technology industry is trapped in a cycle of privacy breaches and class actions that do nothing for the average Internet user. The new Facebook settlement is the latest example.
Lists of three are an old trick of effective persuasion. They distill any message into key takeaways. These lists work because most people can remember three things, and three of anything sufficiently provides proof of a pattern.
A new congressional report says that airlines should consider reimbursing passengers for checked-baggage fees if their luggage is delayed. But are airlines likely to start giving money back to customers?