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  1. Why a 20% raise isn't enough for Arizona teachers

    The average Arizona teacher is paid less today than in 1999.
  2. Taking a year off at 38, with a plan to retire at 48

    Scott Sherman is taking a year off from work on his way to early retirement.
  3. When student loan forgiveness plans might not be worth it

    A plan that lowers your student loan payments and offers some forgiveness isn't always the best choice.
  4. 5 ways to afford your first home

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  5. Karl Marx ?0 bills are red hot

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  6. Health care could cost couples $280,000 in retirement

    Health care costs could be your biggest and most unpredictable expense in retirement.
  7. Why you got an extra day to file your taxes

    You have until midnight tonight to file your taxes. Here's what happened.
  8. 5 warning signs of workplace burnout, and what to do about it

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  9. The ways companies silence women at work

    Forced arbitration, non-disclosure agreements and other silencing tactics are more common than previously thought.
  10. Training women to ask for more money at work

    The American Association of University Women hopes to provide free salary negotiation training to 10 million women by 2022.
  11. Do I have enough saved to cover my spending in retirement?

    When retirement is decades away, it's tough to get an accurate fix on what your future living costs will be.
  12. The IRS is giving taxpayers an extra day to file due to computer glitches

    It's tax day ? and the Internal Revenue Service experienced technical difficulties.
  13. 1 million Americans are counting on Congress to save their pensions

    More than 1 million workers and retirees are covered by private pension plans that are projected to run out of money within the next 20 years.
  14. 6 personal finance habits everyone should get into

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  15. It's tax day, and you're scrambling. What's the penalty for filing taxes late?

    Today is tax day. If you fail to file your federal income taxes today, you could be hit with penalties and interest if you still owe money to the IRS.
  16. How to handle multiple saving goals

    You have big dreams: pay off debt, go on a vacation, buy a home and maybe even one day retire. So what's the best way to handle multiple savings goals?
  17. Credit card signatures are almost a thing of the past

    All the major credit card companies are getting rid of the requirement that customers sign after swiping their cards.
  18. The rational case for tapping your 401(k)

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  19. How Oregon helped 7,500 people start saving for retirement

    States are stepping up to address the low retirement saving rate among Americans who don't have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan.
  20. Should I take out a loan to pay my debts?

    It's an appealing fix to take out a loan to pay back assorted debt, but there's plenty to be wary of.

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