Understanding How Employers May Change Your Retirement Fund

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Kolin Burges, a self-styled cryptocurrency trader and former software engineer, was among a small number of protesters outside the Tokyo offices of bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox on Tuesday. Toru Hanai /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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The Trader Joe's Peanut Butter Filled Pretzel: The salty-sweet snack that launched a bitter lawsuit. Courtesy of Tina Haupert hide caption

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Trader Joe's Caught In Sticky Lawsuit Over Peanut Butter Pretzels

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Students attend graduation ceremonies at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Two-thirds of college students now graduate with debt, owing an average amount of $24,000. Butch Dill/AP hide caption

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Duke: $60,000 A Year For College Is Actually A Discount

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A case against the Swiss bank UBS in 2008 led Congress to create more regulations for foreign banks holding American money. Rather than comply, many banks opted to stop serving American account-holders. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why More Americans Are Renouncing U.S. Citizenship

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Some states are trying to make health care prices available to the public by collecting receipts from those who pay the bills: Medicare, Medicaid and private insurers. Some states' efforts to make these prices available are in jeopardy. iStockphoto hide caption

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Elusive Goal: A Transparent Price List For Health Care

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Darlene Handy of Baltimore holds up a banner at a rally supporting a pay measure in Maryland. More than 20 states have raised minimum pay rates above the federal level. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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