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Volatile Market A Good Time to Brush Up on Financial Terms

Volatile Market A Good Time to Brush Up on Financial Terms

By Michelle Chapman | Feb 9
With global stock markets suddenly volatile again, investors might need a refresher on some of the terms being thrown around.

Business Group: Patience Wearing Thin with UK Govt on Brexit

Business Group: Patience Wearing Thin with UK Govt on Brexit

By Jill Lawless | Feb 8
The British government must quickly come up with a plan for post-Brexit trade relations with the European Union or risk a hit to investment and jobs, a leading business group said Wednesday.

Senate Negotiators Working to Finalize Long-Term Budget Deal

Senate Negotiators Working to Finalize Long-Term Budget Deal

By Andrew Taylor | Feb 7
Senate negotiators were finalizing a long-term budget deal Wednesday that would avert a looming government shutdown.

You Can Do Your Own Estate Plan, but Should You?

You Can Do Your Own Estate Plan, but Should You?

By Liz Weston | Feb 7
Estate planning mistakes can be expensive to fix - that is, when they can be fixed at all.

ECB Experts: U.S. Tax Law Could Erode Europe's Tax Base

ECB Experts: U.S. Tax Law Could Erode Europe's Tax Base

By David McHugh | Feb 6
Economists at the European Central Bank say that the U.S. corporate tax cut should lift the world's largest economy in the short term but warn it could erode the tax base in European countries by intensifying global competition for lower rates.

Trump Highlights His Financial Skill, Goes Silent on Markets

Trump Highlights His Financial Skill, Goes Silent on Markets

Feb 6
President Donald Trump has been silent since the stock market took a nose dive, notable for a businessman president who regularly points to the rising market as evidence of the success of his presidency and economic policies.

Global Stocks Tumble as Wall Street Braces for More Losses

Global Stocks Tumble as Wall Street Braces for More Losses

By Pan Pylas and Elaine Kurtenbach | Feb 6
Stock markets around the world took a battering Tuesday, following a dramatic sell-off on Wall Street that triggered concerns that a potentially healthy pullback from record highs could turn into a bear market.

Ask Brianna: How Do I Pick a Career I'll Actually Like?

Ask Brianna: How Do I Pick a Career I'll Actually Like?

By Brianna McGurran | Feb 5
I'm here to help you manage your money, find a job and pay off student loans - all the real-world stuff no one taught us how to do in college.

Liz Weston: The Right Way to Give Your Teen An Allowance

Liz Weston: The Right Way to Give Your Teen An Allowance

By Liz Weston | Feb 5
The problem with weekly or even monthly allowances is that the cash simply comes too often. Less frequent lump sums, on the other hand, can teach teenagers how to plan and save for future expenses - two crucial habits they'll need.

Why Now Is a Critical Time to Pay Off Credit Card Debt

Why Now Is a Critical Time to Pay Off Credit Card Debt

By Sarah Skidmore Sell | Feb 4
Americans' debt levels have been growing and interest rates are rising - a combination that could put consumers in a bind if they carry a balance on their cards.

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