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Politics In Real Life: Paid Family Leave A Big Concern, Not A Top Campaign Issue
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How To Not Run Out Of Money In Retirement
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#AirbnbWhileBlack: How Hidden Bias Shapes The Sharing Economy
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Could You Come Up With $400 If Disaster Struck?
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A Nation Engaged: Trade Stirs Up Sharp Debate In This Election Cycle
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We're Having a Baby!? How To Feel The Joy, Without The Financial Fears
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When Having A Baby Comes With A Bundle Of Financial Implications
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If UnitedHealth Group. based in Minnetonka, Minn., pulls back from the Obamacare exchanges, premiums nationwide would go up around 1 percent, a Kaiser Family Foundation reports finds. Mike Bradley/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Why America's Schools Have A Money Problem
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For Same-Sex Married Couples In America, A Historic Tax Day
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Want To Set Up A Shell Corporation To Hide Your Millions? No Problem
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Not all financial education classes help us make better financial decisions. But some do. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Not All Financial Education Is Effective. Here Are 4 Ideas That Work
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IRS Head Says Cybersecurity Problems Leave Taxpayers Vulnerable
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A Real-Life Tax Scam: This Is What IRS Phone Fraud Sounds Like
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Hanging On: A Pressured Middle Class In Economic Recovery
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