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The Credit CARD Act of 2009 created powerful consumer protections for you. Here's a look.

These are the steps you need to take to change your name on your Social Security card.

These 10 business books will reinvigorate long-time business owners and inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs.

It is possible to have too much in savings. Here's how much you should aim to have in savings.

Wells Fargo is expanding its new Visa card suite with the Wells Fargo Reflect Card.

Should you quit your job? Take a look at these good reasons to quit.

To help you get your house ready for active kids, we break down where in the house you should give particular attention and when these steps are best implemented.

Chase's Marriott Bonvoy Boundless and Marriott Bonvoy Bold credit cards will come with different bonuses for new cardholders.

Unemployment overpayment is a rare problem, but it can happen. Here's what you should know.

These solutions can help investors protect and make an estate plan for their digital assets.


The Congressional Budget Office believes it will be years before the country fully recovers from the coronavirus outbreak’s economic turmoil.

While there is plenty of money that will be going to large corporations, such as airlines, there is a lot that should help everyday Americans. Here are some of the changes that could send funds to your bank account in the weeks ahead.

It’s important to pay attention to the high-touch parts of a home, especially those you normally don’t disinfect. (?: Melissa Shin/U.S. News & World Report)

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Announcing: U.S. News ranks the Best Jobs of 2021. See the #BestJobs  rankings.

Workers of temporarily closed businesses can look for employment – and income – in these fields.

Announcing: U.S. News releases its #BestPlaces  to Live 2021-2022 rankings. See if your hometown made this year’s list.

What to do if your bank is racially profiling you.