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Millennials display low levels of financial literacy, engage in problematic financial behaviors and express concerns about their debt, according to Finra.
Developed economies are less resilient to an emerging-market shock than they were in the 1990s, when crises from Thailand to Russia rattled investors without triggering a global recession.
Household wealth in the U.S. increased from October through December, as gains in stock portfolios and home prices boosted Americans’ finances.
When Washington residents voted in 1998 to raise the state’s minimum wage and link it to the cost of living, opponents warned the measure would be a job-killer...
Look out, Florida. Eleven states plus the District of Columbia may cause the most economic pain for future retirees, says a new national report.
Financial advisors feel their job prospects are good despite a sense that the economy is weakening, according to a new survey.
At least 92 U.S...
The emotional satisfaction that advisors get from their practices may be preventing them from developing succession plans.
Congress can and should salvage defined benefit plans, says a former U.S. congressman and pension reform advocate.
Most Americans are avoiding the lowest-priced health plans on the Obamacare insurance exchanges, taking advantage of government subsidies to seek more protection against high treatment costs.
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