Want to adopt healthier habits, improve your finances or spend more time with the people you love? No matter what your goal is for 2021, these research-based tips will help.
These last-minute steps can save you a bundle on taxes and healthcare and set you up for a financially better 2021—no matter what Congress does or when it acts on pandemic economic relief.
Donald Trump says, "Your 401(k)s will go to hell" if Joe Biden is elected president. But the former VP's recent proposal for new tax breaks on retirement plans, coupled with Democrats' winning record in the stock market, have some experts coloring the edge blue.
An exclusive survey from Newsweek and Lending Tree shows that eight in 10 Americans are worried about their financial security as a result of the pandemic. These smart money moves can allay those fears and put your finances back on the right track.
More than half of companies with a large remote workforce plan to bring back employees to work in person soon. Not convinced it's safe or can't go because of childcare issues? Here are your options, plus what else to expect when offices re-open this fall.
U.S. companies have pitched in, in droves, to help citizens and frontline workers during the deadly spread of coronavirus. Here are 50—from Coca-Coca and Airbnb to Tory Burch and Spanx—that stepped up.
Newsweek has identified the 20 largest publicly traded companies within the S&P 500 that do not have a single black director on their corporate boards. Procter & Gamble heads the list.
Seven tips to help this year's college seniors succeed from experts who got their own degrees during the Great Recession and other crises—and made out just fine anyway
Forget about all those special characters and the cute personal cues you think only you can figure out. If you really want to keep fraudsters at bay, do this instead.