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A napkin signed by the soccer superstar at age 13 became an agreement in principle to sign with Barcelona, starting his professional career.
Experts reveal if these types of tickets are a golden travel opportunity or just a waste of your time and money.
The FBI says hundreds of Americans have lost millions of dollars as a result of this grift.
"It's not that Gen Z doesn't want to work — we're just not tolerating the work culture that older generations accepted. No one should feel like they need to work 80 hours a week for a job that only pays for 40."
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"I began creating the white picket fence life I thought I wanted. We even started homeschooling. If I was going to be home all day anyway, why not?"
"Casually having expensive hobbies. Stuff like sailing, skiing, and golfing. Especially in areas where those activities aren’t as accessible, and if they’ve been doing it for a long time. You live in the Midwest, but you’ve been surfing since you were 10? Probably rich."
"My parents immigrated in the early '90s. Five years later, they bought their first house. With MINIMUM-wage jobs! They had the true American Dream experience. Not so much for my generation."
"Travel dupes" are all over social media these days. Here's what you should know about the benefits and downsides.
Tax experts share some of the biggest mistakes you can make and how to avoid them.
Surprise, surprise — guess who doesn't make the list?
But expenses are steep, and so is the mental health toll.
Mark Perdue found out in November that he and his wife had won $50,000 but couldn't find the ticket they had purchased about a week before
About 10% of price increases in recent years come from companies charging the same price -- or more -- for smaller items, a group of economists say.
A Willy Wonka-themed event went viral this week after attendees called it a "scam." Experts say there are warning signs in cases like this.
Investor Kyle Bass made sure to let the treasury secretary and the Federal Reserve know he wasn't happy about what he paid for waffles.
Too many people make this mistake, which can really hurt servers — and your bank account.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Ilhan Omar are demanding answers about policies that target communities of color.
A new program in Flint, Michigan, could be a model for the rest of America ― but only if the right officials are in place to support it.