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  1. Press: Countdown to retirement: a five-year plan
    For most of your working life, it wasn’t exactly a pressing concern. You might have pondered it for a few minutes as you skimmed your company’s benefits handout, checking to see if your new glasses… | Jul 17, 2018
  2. Press: 7 fast-food chains end ‘no poach’ deals that lock down low-wage workers
    Seven major restaurant chains, including Arby’s, Carl’s Jr., McDonald’s and Jimmy John’s, agreed to drop a hiring practice that critics say may be keeping tens of thousands of fast-food workers locked in low-wage jobs. | Jul 13, 2018
  3. Press: Students aren’t the only ones crushed by school debt
    College debt is building and, increasingly, parents are on the hook.  Where do you turn when you've maxed out on federal student loans? Ask Mom and Dad to take out some parent loans, too.  | Jul 13, 2018
  4. Press: A record number of people age 85 and older are working
    In a recent story about a truck-driver shortage, The Post introduced readers to an 87-year-old aspiring truck driver. How common is his story? We looked at the data. | Jul 06, 2018
  5. Press: 6 common myths about estate planning
    Sort through the misconceptions of estate planning to create a prosperous future for your family. | Jul 06, 2018
  6. Press: ‘Hurry up and get a divorce’? For the rich, there’s an incentive
    Financial professionals from coast to coast are warning wealthy clients that if they’re thinking about filing for divorce, they’d better act soon. | Jul 03, 2018
  7. Press: An early retirement is doable. Here’s how.
    We can learn a lot from the growing community of people who did what most of us only dream of doing: retiring in their 20s, 30s and early 40s. | Jun 12, 2018
  8. Press: Three men charged with scamming agricultural guest workers
    Federal authorities charged three Southern California men with fraud and conspiracy Thursday, saying the trio illegally charged Mexican workers for agricultural guest-worker visas, then billed them for housing and other services that are supposed to… | May 18, 2018
  9. Press: 6 places to put your cash now
    As interest rates rise, there may be better opportunities for your savings. | May 15, 2018
  10. Press: Supreme Court ruling favors sports betting
    The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a federal law that effectively banned commercial sports betting in most states, boosting the prospect of such gambling across the nation. | May 15, 2018
  11. Press: Chili’s hit by data breach
    Hackers targeted Chili's restaurants to steal credit and debit card numbers and cardholder names from customers over the past two months. | May 15, 2018
  12. Press: Single women account for more real estate purchases than single men
    Only married couples make up a bigger piece of the marketplace, according to one survey. | May 10, 2018
  13. Press: A student debt payment plan that saves now, yet costs more later
    Beware of student loan consultants offering “forbearances,” a fancy word for an option that allows borrowers to temporarily postpone payments. | May 08, 2018
  14. Press: More employers avoid legal minefield by not asking about pay history
    How much did you make in your previous job? This dreaded interview question can sound like a trap. Your answer could be used to set your salary below someone else who is doing the same… | May 04, 2018
  15. Press: College grads face next hurdle: Paying back loans
    After all their hard work, the college class of 2017 is finally enjoying the real world and all its “perks,” including having to pay back their student loans. | May 04, 2018
  16. Press: Student loan company notifies 16,500 borrowers of personal data breach
    A student loan services company recently notified 16,500 borrowers that files containing personal data were released to a business that wasn't authorized to receive them. Access Group Education Lending said in a letter to those… | Apr 30, 2018
  17. Press: Court fight looms over debts of former Corinthian students
    Thousands of former Corinthian Colleges students face a potentially pivotal court hearing Monday in a battle to erase millions of dollars in loan debt for their studies at the scandal-scarred, for-profit schools. | Apr 30, 2018
  18. Press: The future of college looks like the future of retail
    Similar to e-commerce firms, online-degree programs are beginning to incorporate elements of an older-school, brick-and-mortar model. | Apr 23, 2018
  19. Press: I paid off my wife’s student loans and she filed for divorce two years later
    This husband feels like his wife used him for his money. | Apr 23, 2018
  20. Press: Zelle, the banks’ answer to Venmo, proves vulnerable to fraud
    Big banks are making it easy to zap money to your friends. Maybe too easy. | Apr 23, 2018
  21. Press: Can consumers still get help from the CFPB?
    Change has come swiftly to the agency, but for now important consumer tools remain in place. | Apr 16, 2018
  22. Press: Thinking about getting an advance on your tax refund?
    Tax-refund advance loans can come with some hidden fees. | Apr 16, 2018
  23. Press: Federal judges indicate they could remove Mulvaney as acting CFPB chief
    Judges on a federal appeals court panel Thursday appeared hesitant to overrule President Trump and install the deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as the agency's temporary leader. | Apr 13, 2018
  24. Press: Being in a wedding is expensive. Bridesmaids and groomsmen save up
    With wedding season approaching, it’s time to start saving your pennies. Attending nuptials for friends or family this year could put you out hundreds or even thousands of dollars. A survey by found that members of… | Apr 06, 2018
  25. Press: Procrastination can mean estate-planning disaster
    Dear Liz: My husband and I own all our assets as joint tenants. Because we have no children, we did not want to rush into making a will. But for the past few years, my… | Apr 02, 2018
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