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What’s the best way to pay for a master’s degree in the U.S.?

Sonia, 27, hopes a graduate degree will boost her...

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One for the money

Four single moms get personal about their money matters...

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7 ways to prepare for retirement

Make bank into your golden years with these smart...

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Downsize, rightsize or get out of the market?

Mike wonders if he should cash in his big-city...

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Ready, set…retire?

At 49, Simon has about $600,000 in registered and...

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Should James take a lump-sum pension buyout and invest the money himself?

Upon closer consideration, many people find that keeping their...

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What is an EPSP, and how does it affect employees at tax time?

Corporations can choose to share a portion of profits...

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Meeting with a financial planner for the first time? Here’s how to prepare

Talking with your partner about your financial future is...

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“Will selling my house help me retire sooner—and more securely?”

Karen divorced at 55 and worries about carrying mortgage...

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