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Affording 90210: What it costs to live in America’s most expensive ZIP codes

Ready to rub elbows with the upper crust in Greenwich or Beverly Hills? Here's what it takes to live in the country's priciest towns.

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Secrets of credit card super users

For consumers who know how to play the game, finding the right rewards card can be very profitable. But there are also pitfalls to chasing benefits and sign up bonuses.

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Here is one of the biggest retirement mistakes investors make

Fund giant Vanguard Group recently reported 51 percent of investors in 401(k) plans with the firm put all their money into a single target-date fund in 2017. Fidelity Investments has similar figures. But some experts warn this hands-off approach can backfire by failing to account for factors like investors’ life expectancy, risk tolerance, income changes or loss of a spouse.

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How to stick to your shopping budget on Amazon Prime Day

For many shoppers, Amazon Prime Day is a thrilling day of deals. But it can also lead to overspending and financial regret. Here's how to stay on track on the longest Prime Day yet.

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One of the biggest — and often costliest — retirement mistakes investors are making today

More than $1 trillion has poured into target-date funds, and many investors are opting for them in their 401(k) plans. Experts warn that often this hands-off approach can backfire by failing to account for other factors, like income changes and life expectancy.

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Republicans target elections with more deficit-boosting tax cuts

Republicans in the House of Representatives and the Trump administration are planning another deficit-financed tax-cut plan.

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US sales and employment are likely to grow, a survey of economists shows

Most U.S. business economists expect corporate sales to grow over the next three months and hiring and pay to rise with them.

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Beware the reach of Her Majesty's taxman, Brexit bankers told

*Advisers say some expats unaware of continued UK tax obligations. Accountants and wealth planners say they are encountering widespread confusion about UK tax obligations among Britons thinking of moving abroad- many for the first time and not necessarily as their first choice- as employers put plans in motion to move jobs after Britain voted to leave the...

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U.S. Republicans target elections with more deficit-boosting tax cuts

WASHINGTON, July 16- As November's U.S. elections approach, Republicans in the House of Representatives and the Trump administration are planning another deficit-financed tax-cut plan, but one widely seen as a vote-getting exercise with little chance of becoming law. House tax committee Chairman Kevin Brady says his panel and the White House are...

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Believing these Social Security myths could make you poorer in retirement

How well you understand the ins and outs of Social Security entitlements could make a big difference in how much you receive over your lifetime.

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