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The muni market may have seen its best days for 2019

The muni market may have seen its best days for 2019

Low interest rates and a jump in state and local government debt sales suggest municipal bonds will lag Treasuries for the rest of the year.

Business-class travel takes a leaf from the economy playbook

Business-class travel takes a leaf from the economy playbook

Airlines are starting to present business travelers with a variety of fare types and add-ons.

How the richest family on the planet invests

How the richest family on the planet invests

While the Walton family's wealth is still anchored by Walmart, the younger generation has an entrepreneurial bent.

Employer assistance with student loan debt huge lure for millennials

Employer assistance with student loan debt huge lure for millennials

About 8% of U.S. employers offered staffers help with student loan payments in 2019, more than double the 2015 level.

Luxury travel for less

Luxury travel for less

Expert tips for saving money while taking your next trip up a notch.

Divorce destroys finances of older Americans

Divorce destroys finances of older Americans

Even the very wealthy can find divorcing late in life financially draining, emotionally harrowing — and messy.

Airports open up to people who just want to hang out

Airports open up to people who just want to hang out

Terminal tourists are welcome at more airports, which hope for additional revenue from parking and concessions.

5 hacks to win elite status at hotels and airlines

5 hacks to win elite status at hotels and airlines

Travelers can boost their status by taking advantage of unique partnerships among airlines, hotels and credit cards.

Apps target customers’ forgotten monthly expenses

Apps target customers’ forgotten monthly expenses

Wall Street firms are offering applications that can help people identify recurring fees and, in some cases, assist in cancelling them.

Foreign airlines are the new path to mileage awards

Foreign airlines are the new path to mileage awards

As U.S. airlines rejigger their frequent-flyer programs, travelers may find better deals with international carriers.

Scammed at 40,000 feet: Opaque market for private-jet travel

Scammed at 40,000 feet: Opaque market for private-jet travel

Wealthy owners of private planes frequently hit with fraudulent bills.

Rich snowbirds trade vacation homes for resort residences

Rich snowbirds trade vacation homes for resort residences

Resorts are expensive, but there are also a lot of costs involved in maintaining an vacation home.

Taxes too high? Muni bonds may be the answer

Taxes too high? Muni bonds may be the answer

Municipal bonds are also likely to hold up fairly well if stocks start to tank.

Buybacks aren’t slowing down despite politicians’ attacks

Buybacks aren’t slowing down despite politicians’ attacks

So far this year, U.S. companies have announced plans to repurchase $140 billion of their shares.

Electric scooter injuries pile up but making the lawsuits stick is hard

Electric scooter injuries pile up but making the lawsuits stick is hard

A recent study shows most e-scooter injuries involve riders, rather than pedestrians, and e-scooter riders have waived liability.