Personal Finance

“Those same savings accounts are not covering the full cost of college for most students and their families,” said Robert Franek, The Princeton Review’s editor-in-chief. Families with students in four-year private colleges spent almost $47,000 in 2017-18, up 3.5 percent from the year earlier. At in-state, four-year public colleges, it was more than $20,000, according
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Flippov, the private investigator who specializes in cryptocurrencies, said many people say they’ve sent their cryptocurrencies to the wrong address. What really happened is probably more sinister. “The possibility of actually sending the coin to the wrong address is infinitesimal,” she said. “It’s as unlikely to be struck by lightening while being bitten by a
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That’s because the taxman gets a piece before it even reaches you. And due to the way bonuses are initially taxed, you might see a higher-than-normal withholding when you receive that extra pay. In general, the federal supplemental tax rate of 22 percent applies, plus Social Security, Medicare, unemployment and your applicable state and local
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When it comes to the dangers of high-interest credit card debt, Americans are savvier than ever. That hasn’t stopped them from putting more on plastic than ever before. The average American has a credit card balance of $6,375, up nearly 3 percent from last year, according to Experian’s annual study on the state of credit
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