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The longer the survey, the bigger the payout.

I tried taking online surveys to earn extra cash but lost patience after making $3 in 2 days

Taking online surveys for cash sounds like a great way to make easy money. But is it too good to be true?
Johnny Depp has faced some money trouble.

13 celebrities who have struggled with money

Despite their fame and fortune, celebrities can face money troubles too — just ask these stars who struggled with debt and bankruptcy, losing millions overnight.
It's never too early to start preparing for tax season.

Everything you should be doing to prepare for tax season

Here's the ultimate tax preparation checklist that includes everything you should be doing to prepare for tax season and the paperwork you might need.
Donald Trump.

Trump has fallen 138 spots on Forbes’ wealthiest-Americans list, his net worth down over $1 billion, since he announced his presidential bid in ...

Since Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign in 2015, his net worth shrank by roughly $1.4 billion, according to Forbes. It was estimated to be $4.5 billion in 2015, but over the past two years that number settled to about $3.1 billion, the publication said.

Singapore to return US$11 million in 1MDB-linked funds to Malaysia

Singapore is among at least six countries investigating claims that about US$4.5 billion was siphoned off from 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
Sometimes we waste money on things we don’t need without even realizing.

5 things you may be wasting your money on

Sometimes we waste money on things we don’t need without even realizing it. It can be difficult to spot things that waste cash because an item's affordability is subjective based on your situation and personal preferences. Here are five things that could be a waste of your money.
The FDIC protects your money.

It’s just dumb to put more than $250,000 in one bank account if you’re rich

The FDIC protects your money in case your bank closes. Though there's a limit to how much money is insured, having multiple accounts means more coverage.

The biggest US banks have backed a new service that lets you pay friends faster than Venmo

After six years, the big banks have finally debuted "Zelle," their competitor to Venmo that works inside the apps of participating banks.

28% of Americans say they couldn’t handle an emergency expense of just $10

A new survey from Bloomberg Ventures finds the majority of Americans can't absorb even the smallest unexpected costs.

The 15 US cities where residents have the healthiest finances

These cities are home to people with good credit standing, responsible spending and saving habits, and strong earning potential.