How to save money on the biggest expenses in your budget
Cutting lattes and avocado toast can only take your budget so far

Renting vs. buying: What can you afford?
When does it make sense to make the financial leap to become a homeowner?

Can I get money from my 401(k) at 55?
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Is your paycheck being taxed enough? Check the new IRS calculator
The revised IRS withholding calculator can help you figure out if you're getting too much ? or too little ? extra cash in your paycheck this year as a result of the new federal tax law.

#MeToo and #TimesUp have pushed 48% of companies to review pay policies
#MeToo and #TimesUp have pushed some companies to review how they pay men and women.

Is it really necessary to pay a financial adviser?
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Do you earn over $100,000 a year and live paycheck to paycheck?
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What you need to know if you pay estimated taxes
The question of how much you'll owe for the first quarter is made more complicated this year because of uncertainty over who qualifies for the new 20% pass-through deduction.

What you don't know about your credit card interest rates
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Hospitals are offering bank loans, but patients need to think twice
Hospitals are teaming up with lenders to offer low- or no-interest loans to patients. But health experts say promoting bank loans at hospitals and, particularly, in emergency departments, raises concerns.

A 4-step plan to getting a promotion at work
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Americans still aren't checking their credit reports
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Citigroup will refund $330 million to credit card customers it overcharged
Citigroup will refund an average of $190 to 1.75 million credit card accounts overcharged on annual interest rates.

It's getting more expensive to buy a home
The average rate of a 30-year-fixed rate mortgage jumped to 4.40% this week ? the highest level since April 2014.

Tax law, bonuses and raises: 5 things you need to know
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Don't make these job interview mistakes
Job candidates have a short window to make the right first impression to be considered for a job. Don't mess it up.

He can afford to pay off his student debt faster. But should he?
Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before deciding to pay off student debt early.

Should I follow Warren Buffett's 90/10 investing strategy?
Will you be willing, and able, to stick with such an aggressive stocks-bonds mix when the markets are in turmoil or even in the midst of a harrowing tailspin?

The unpaid work that always falls to women
A new study estimates women do 2.6 times the amount of unpaid work that men do.

How to keep your kids from being ignorant with money
Since your kids never see cash, here's how help them -- and you -- be savvy with money they can't hold.

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