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Coinstar came to the aid of Andreas Flaten, who found the gargantuan pile of oil-soaked pennies on his driveway, courtesy of his former employer.
Some robocalls are soliciting donations to get Donald Trump back on Twitter, Politico reports.
Democrats are racing to pass a $1.9 trillion coronavirus package loaded with thousands of dollars for most American families.
Nearly six out of 10 Americans think the minimum wage should be much higher than the current rate of $7.25 per hour.
In an absurd twist, many say they might be forced to use the next round of government-provided stimulus checks to pay the government.
Start the conversations when they're young and encourage openness so they can learn about wealth, money, pay and discrimination.
A politically elusive fix to the multiemployer pension crisis could finally become a reality, protecting retirees from drastic pension cuts.
In a win for progressives, the proposal retains the previous income threshold below which Americans would qualify for the full payment.
Here are four steps to follow if you want to do the same.
Your skills may be more transferable than you think.
Experts share their guidance for planning future trips as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Those who recently flipped shares of GameStop, AMC or other "meme stocks" for a profit will have to pay up in April of 2022.
Only about 1% of investors are successful at timing the stock market.
Cancelling student loans would certainly make a lot of borrowers happy. What other effects would it have?
Enjoy the best tweets about the financial fiasco involving GameStop, AMC, BlackBerry, Nokia, hedge funders, and a scrappy Reddit campaign… while it lasts.
Credit Karma started trending on Twitter when users realized their free credit scores aren't what lenders actually see.
Knowing where you stand financially can greatly improve your overall well-being.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that the new administration will take steps to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 dollar bill.
Digital grocery shopping offers speedy checkout, delivery and even a few bargains, but only if you know how to shop right.
Don't be surprised when you file your tax return this year.