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Tax-loss harvesting lets you keep more of your market gains. Here are smart strategies for 3 types of investors.
What to look for if your investing style is to do-it-yourself, rely on technology, or get professional advice. Read More
Former SEC lawyer-turned-stock-fraudster pleads guilty in second securities scam
Phillip Offill admitted stealing $1.3 million in penny-stock fraud after serving 8 years in a pump-and-dump scam. Read More
Toxic workplaces: Women are more likely than men to say they face a disrespectful or abusive work culture
New research published in the MIT Sloan Management Review makes for depressing reading on Equal Pay Day, which falls on March 14 this year. Read More
Pay transparency in job postings leads to more applicants and better candidates, research says
An Equal Pay Day report also finds that 36% of companies claim increased pay transparency has led more current employees to ask for raises Read More
‘I was once an emotionally unkempt individual’: I’m 27, was raised in poverty, and work in a grocery store. I have $8,000 in debt. Can you help?
‘There is a pressure to turn my finances around because I’m in a serious relationship with a guy who makes great money and owns his own home.’ Read More
Women are overrepresented in lower-paying jobs. It’s costing them billions of dollars.
Women of color are particularly overrepresented in the lowest-paid occupations, according to a new report released ahead of Equal Pay Day. Read More
Texas tax scammers charged with using stolen IDs to claim $111 million in bogus refunds
The group is accused of hijacking ID theft victims’ tax accounts and steering phony refunds to themselves. Read More
Debit or credit? Giving your kid one of these cards might not be as crazy as you think.
As our world becomes increasingly cashless, it makes sense to teach our kids how to responsibly use debit or credit cards, but which is best? Read More