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The average household’s savings rate increased to 5.5 percent in 2014, up from 4.6 percent in 2013, according to recent research from Hearts & Wallets.
If you're hoping to get a big raise soon, you may be kept waiting.
Isaac Braley, president of BTS Asset Management, explains how advisors can use upside/downside capture ratios to help identify conservative funds for clients.
Walmart's pay raises show the world’s largest retailer is taking steps to retain its workers as a strengthening U.S. labor market creates more options for job seekers.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is putting a mere dent in profits, say many of the biggest employers.
Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz SE, said Tuesday that Ukraine and Greece are major market risks, but that the biggest risk is the "illusion of liquidity."
Student-loan delinquencies increased at the end of 2014, a troubling sign that Americans are failing to keep up with payments as education debt climbs, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New...
New data from Fidelity shows that while the world panicked late last year, many individual investors in the U.S. were buying stocks.
The U.S. has ranked 19th for three consecutive years in a Natixis survey that ranks countries on their ability to provide financial security and overall well being for retirees.
Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell stepped up the central bank’s push against what he termed congressional efforts to extend political influence over monetary policy, calling them...
The national debate fanned by President Obama over new fiduciary standards for financial advisors shows that the country is veering too much toward punishment, says expert Donald Trone.
Although many young people escape poverty as they get older, many others do not and need help, says this columnist.
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