Many low-wage earners will be offered health insurance through their workplace next year, but it might be more than many can reasonably afford.
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Home values are recovering, but nearly 20 percent of mortgaged homes still have negative equity.
Other majors also quickly lead to jobs, while some still have unemployment rates above 10 percent.
Research repeatedly shows that credit cards make us spend more — especially on unhealthy things — and pay less attention to our finances than we otherwise would.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau studied the impact of new regulations on how much people pay in overdraft fees. It’s still a lot.
Two former unpaid interns sued a Fox movie studio that they said made them do menial tasks instead of teaching them. A judge said they should have been paid.
A New York sushi restaurant pays its waitstaff a salary — with benefits — and tells customers that tips are not allowed. Should other restaurants follow suit?