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The 35-day partial government shutdown that kicked off 2019 created a moment of truth for the 800,000 employees and contractors who had to figure out how to cover their bills until their paychecks kicked ...
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Hit with an unexpected financial hardship? Here are some tips that can help you weather the storm.
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Maybe you received a bonus at work, got lucky on a scratch-off lottery ticket or—unlike many disappointed taxpayers this season—you scored a sizable tax refund. If you have a grand to spare, we have ...
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Don’t freak out, but you’re going to die. Not today (we hope!), not tomorrow, but someday. And you’re probably not ready. Who is? But doing some planning could help put your mind more at ease ab...
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You worked hard for your retirement nest egg, so the idea of paying taxes on those savings isn’t exactly appealing. However, if you know what you’re doing, you can avoid overpaying Uncle S...
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Both stock traders and bond traders have the day off on Monday to celebrate the birthday of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
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Yes, the stock market is open on New Year's Eve during normal trading hours. New Year's Day is a stock market holiday.
Yes, the stock market is open on Christmas Eve, but trading ends early ahead of the stock market holiday on Christmas Day.
Making money in stocks amid an uncertain market (see our 2019 outlook) will require careful choices. It will be difficult to top the revenue and earnings growth rates in 2019, for instance, and economic ...
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The stock market will close on Dec. 5 in honor of the former president. Bond markets will also close.
In an uncertain market (see our 2019 outlook) making money in stocks will require careful choices.
We think these eight companies, ranging from a money-center bank to a bargain-basement retailer, have ...
Chief strategist at BNY Mellon Investment Management offers her insight on what investors can expect in 2019.
The stock market is open on the Friday after Thanksgiving, but post-holiday trading will end early.
Yes, the stock market is open on Veterans Day, but the bond market is closed. See a complete list of all 2018 market holidays.
The stock market is open on Election Day 2018. The bond market is also open for normal trading.
Here are our top picks for investments, rewards credit cards, cell phone plans, online security and more.
Take action before the end of the year to save money and improve your finances for 2019.