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New York Stock Exchange Trading ResumesTrading on the New York Stock Exchange resumed Wednesday afternoon after technical trouble derailed operations at the nation's largest exchange for more than three hours.
Pay Me Back AppThis app records all of your IOUs and keeps them secure – a lot more secure than those pieces of paper in your wallet.
Layaway Plan Could Cost YouIf you're already thinking of Christmas, you may be considering layaway. Make sure you understand the layaway plan.
QTIP Clarifies InheritanceIf you have children by someone other than your current spouse, estate law experts suggest something called a QTIP, a Qualified Terminable Interest Property Trust.
Bartering Doesn't Sidestep TaxesBartering for goods or services is an $8 billion industry - and Uncle Sam still gets a cut even though there's no exchange of money.
Borrowing From 401(k) Could Be Costly MistakeWhile the law allows you to borrow up to $50,000 from your 401(k) plan, there are tax law implications.
Penn Study: Smokers Have Better Luck Quitting When Their Own Money Is Wagered When it comes to offering cash to get smokers to quit, more people go for the carrots than the stick — but the stick gets better results.
3 On Your Side: Why Some People Are Owed Unclaimed CashHow many times have you thought to yourself, ‘I just wish I had some extra money?’ Well, today might be your lucky day. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan is here to help you claim your cash.
Saver 2 AppThere are plenty of apps out there to help you save money, but Saver 2 may be easiest to use.
Presidential Candidate Rand Paul To Accept Donations Of BitcoinsThe Kentucky Republican is allowing his supporters to donate to his campaign using bitcoins.
Survey: Almost 20% Of Americans Aren't Saving Any Of Their IncomeBankrate’s chief financial analyst says you should try to save 15-percent of your income for retirement savings, emergency funds and other factors.
Tax Professional Gail Rosen's Advise On How To Fully Prepare For Tax SeasonTax professional Gail Rosen, CPA, shares her secrets for making tax season as painless as possible.