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Love and Money: How to pick the best wedding registry for you (and your guests)

There's now an unbelievable array of digital registries to choose from — here's how to differentiate between them, whether you're getting or giving the gifts.

By giving full benefits to its hourly workers, The Wing is practicing the feminism it preaches

The women-focused company is breaking down barriers between full-time workers and hourly workers.

Investing when stocks are low: Is now the time to buy Facebook or Papa John’s stock?

We asked investment strategists if the whole “buy low, sell high” thing applies here.

Stories That Pay Off: How to set boundaries with your co-workers

This week, experts explained how to set limits with colleagues, how to avoid these common renting mistakes and more.

How to set boundaries with your work friends and keep things from getting awkward

Practice these gentle techniques or succinct phrases and you'll never feel uncomfortable again.

What is the new “Weinstein clause” and how does it affect the business world?

Keeping an accused sexual predator in a corner office finally makes a company less desirable.

Don’t Fall For This: Common mistakes to avoid when renting a house or apartment

You're about to sign away thousands of dollars and, potentially, your sanity. Prepare yourself by studying up on these typical blunders.

At Greyston Bakery, no resumes or interviews are required to land a job

Unemployment for individuals with criminal records is common — but one New York bakery hopes to tackle this with its no-questions-asked hiring practices.

Should I buy a house if the housing market’s in trouble?

The headlines are terrifying, so here's a little econ 101 if you're thinking about buying property in the near future.

Stories That Pay Off: Why flights get overbooked — and how to make the most of it

This week, we explored how to avoid being bumped from an overbooked flight, Trump's recent grocery store gaffe and more.

What Trump’s grocery gaffe says about his relationship with money

Donald Trump revealed he is part Lucille Bluth at his recent rally in Tampa.

Love and Money: What happens to student loan debt when you get married?

Student loans are frustrating as is, but when another person comes into the picture, things can get more complicated.

Opening a new credit card: How to choose the right card for more rewards and fewer penalties

From credit scores to high interest rates, financial experts weighed in on the things you should consider when cancelling your old credit card — and finding the right one for you.

Stories That Pay Off: How to find out if your new romantic partner is a financial disaster

This week, we take a look at whether your new date is a responsible spender, the business of Ivanka Trump's clothing line and more.

The Ivanka Trump brand: A look at whether the recently closed fashion line was actually successful

Ivanka Trump, then 25, debuted her jewelry line in September 2007.

Love and Money: How to figure out if your new romantic partner is a financial disaster

It's not about how much money they have, but how they handle what they've got.

Stories That Pay Off: Why do we get so mad when others show their financial privilege?

This week, we looked at why one intern's finances lit up the internet, the not-so-private privacy settings of Venmo and more.

Money managers aren’t just for people with money — here’s how to decide if you need a finance expert

At some point, it's wise to have an expert plan out your financial future. Here's how to figure out if the time is now.

Why is it more difficult for men to change their names after marriage?

Changing your name after marriage can still be an incredibly complicated process — especially if you're a man.

Why do we get so mad when others show their financial privilege?

The recent 'Refinery29' money diary could not have painted a starker picture of income inequality in America.