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A new HuffPost/YouGov survey shows the gulf between what Americans want to get for the holidays and what employers want to gift.
A new HuffPost/YouGov survey demonstrates how unpopular work parties are in 2020.
The morning I walked into my obstetrician’s office to confirm my pregnancy, my bank account was overdrawn by more than $900.
Despite financial challenges from the coronavirus pandemic, average credit scores actually went up in 2020.
These apps and strategies can save you money and frustration at the supermarket.
It can be done, but you need to be strategic.
Lots of other countries use credit scores, although each one does it a bit differently.
If you're tired of banks getting richer while you struggle, it may be time to make the switch.
It's highly unlikely stocks will "disintegrate and disappear" if Joe Biden takes over in 2020, as Donald Trump claims.
The richest got even richer this year while the poorest struggled even more.
"You should tip to the point of pain," one expert said, unless you're in one of a few categories.
Are you a woman with her own mortgage? RBG did that.
Wildfires, floods and other climate-related natural disasters are driving up the cost of home insurance, while some properties are being dropped from coverage.
More businesses have gone cashless in the COVID-19 era. How necessary is that? Here's what experts have to say about germs and paper money.
Multi-level marketing is everywhere. Learn how to tell if a business is actually an MLM.
"Discouraged" workers who've given up on looking for a job aren't counted in the official unemployment rate.
That payroll tax “holiday” is really a short-term loan — which means smaller paychecks next year.
Experts break down whether you should be hoarding cash or buying up stocks during the coronavirus pandemic.