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Boston, San Francisco and New York take aim at closing the pay gap

Boston, San Francisco and New York take aim at closing the pay gap

As employers largely hold the line on pay raises, successfully negotiating for more pay could be part of the solution to closing the gender pay gap.

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The next big question you need to answer after you decide to retire

The next big question you need to answer after you decide to retire

If you're like most people, you probably envision spending your retirement comfortably in your current home. However, financial and health considerations could make downsizing a better way to go.

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Your Social Security checks could get bigger next year. Here’s how much

Your Social Security checks could get bigger next year. Here’s how much

One new estimate pegs the Social Security cost-of-living adjustment at 1.6% next year. That means the average benefits would go up by about $23.40 per month.

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The public service loan forgiveness program is flawed. You should still try to qualify

The public service loan forgiveness program is flawed. You should still try to qualify

Trump's spending bill offers a path to loan forgiveness for some people.

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How a ‘sinking fund’ can keep you from blowing your budget

How a ‘sinking fund’ can keep you from blowing your budget

It's easier to save a little bit of money at a time — like $20 a month — than pay out a lump sum all at once.

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Long-term care insurance costs are way up. How advisors can help clients cope

Long-term care insurance costs are way up. How advisors can help clients cope

Annual premiums for long-term care insurance are rising sharply for people who bought coverage years ago. Here's how advisors are helping them handle the expense.

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More than half of parents blew their summer budgets. Here’s where their money went

More than half of parents blew their summer budgets. Here’s where their money went

For parents, summer can be more expensive than the holiday season. Here's how much families spent and where their money went.

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Your spending may fluctuate in retirement. Here’s how to plan for that

Your spending may fluctuate in retirement. Here’s how to plan for that

As you enter retirement, you may find yourself putting more money toward travel, home renovations or other lifestyle changes. Here's how to adjust for that spending.

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This is when people start saving for retirement—and when they actually should

This is when people start saving for retirement—and when they actually should

Half of adults between 18 and 34 are not saving for retirement at all.

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There’s also a gender gap when it comes to financial security

There’s also a gender gap when it comes to financial security

Americans — especially women — are feeling less confident about their finances today than they were just a few months ago.

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