How long does it take to pay off student loans? That depends in part on where debtors end up after graduation.
The government of one large country has ordered Internet service providers to block pornographic websites.
A reader wants to leave her money to her kids, but she’s afraid they’ll blow it. It’s a common problem, and one without an ideal solution.
Rules being debated on Capitol Hill could affect your retirement investments.
FTC finds telemarketer Innovative Wealth Builders and partner company IRN Payment Systems a little too innovative in their pursuit of profits.
With its takeover of DirecTV, AT&T is taking on cable rivals with a television-plus-wireless deal it says will add up to big savings for customers.
Want to know what will be in your mailbox today? The U.S. Postal Service is testing a program that tells you in advance.
Dropping out of the rat race can be good for you. But you may not feel the benefits right away.
A huge percentage of Americans carry some type of debt — and most see it as a necessary evil.
Why to have plastic surgery — and why not to — and what you should know before taking the plunge.
A survey turns up evidence that they are probably overly optimistic.
Thinking about working from home? Here are the top 25 employers with the most available remote positions, according to FlexJobs.
“Game of Thrones,” anyone? If you’re a Verizon broadband customer, you’ll have access to this and much more from HBO Now. Here’s the scoop.
A new study found that childhood behavior is a good indicator of future income.
One of the biggest administrators of U.S. retirement plans is warning that baby boomers may be vulnerable to the ravages of a stock market downturn.
Feel like your job is driving you crazy? You might be onto something — especially if you’re a woman.
A hacker known as a “ratter” can turn on your webcam and watch you. And many are learning their techniques through YouTube videos.
Don’t limit yourself to a treadmill at the gym when there are so many fun and affordable ways to get moving.
The intermingling of personal and work data on devices has created a legal mess for corporations that won’t soon be cleared up.
This week: Why some hate the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, why you underestimate costs, the best and worst generic buys, advanced dumpster diving and yard sale etiquette.
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