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Battle of the sexes: Why men and women may view finances differently


Financial infidelity: The risks of hiding your finances from loved ones


GDP: What it really means and why you should care


Why the tax rates could likely go higher and how to prepare


Are bonds a concern with interest rates rising?


What to expect, financially, when you're expecting


Planning now for when you're gone: Three tips for starting a will


Choosing the financial advisor that's right for you


Social security: How to know when it's right for you


Three mistakes to avoid when filing your taxes


Talks of US-China trade deal impacting the market


Managing sudden wealth: What not to do with your money


How to know when you're ready to retire


What investors need to know about the trade wars


Facebook reports profit, revenue boost; stock rises


Here's what is driving the economy


How to find, retain and recruit top talent


How the partial government shutdown is impacting the markets


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