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David Stockman, the so-called “Father of Reaganomics,” is at it again in the most recent prognostication of doom for the markets and the broader economy.

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Jets linebacker Brandon Copeland is teaching a financial literacy seminar in the Urban Studies department at the University of Pennsylvania.

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No-strings-attached cash stipends being tested as way to help low-income families, including the Fassis in New Hampshire

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Sure, a smaller IRS refund check can be depressing, but it doesn't always mean you're getting stiffed

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12 States That Won't Tax Your Retirement Income

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Kraft Heinz write-down puts focus on years of cost cuts, shares fall 27 percent

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<p>Stocks rose on Friday as another round of trade talks between the U.S. and China wrapped up with investors increasingly more hopeful a deal will be struck.</p>

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Income inequality is a growing problem in the United States.

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The presidential candidate renewed his call to boost Social Security's protections — and taxes.

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U.S. stock futures are pointing to a flat open as investors digest soft economic data and monitor developing trade talks with China.

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Previously, Google had made arbitration optional for sexual harassment and sexual assault disputes only.

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The more you know, the more salary you can probably get.

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No-strings-attached cash stipends being tested as way to help low-income families, including the Fassis in New Hampshire

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Jim Cramer shares his philosophy on owning stocks and why it's important to do your homework.

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The new tax law may mean many Americans see a smaller federal refund this year, or perhaps even owe money to the IRS. But some may actually see a higher refund.

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