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The rich benefit most from individual tax breaks

Individual tax subsidies totaled 1.168 trillion in 2015, and the biggest share went to the highest-income households. 

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For a cheap holiday flight, book early and use the right credit card

If you book a ticket early enough, once the holidays roll around you won't have to worry about it anymore. 

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What the Paris car show says about the future of electric cars

Electric cars dominate the discussion at the Paris Motor Show, as Volkswagen and Mercedes roll out new designs and ambitious plans.

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What condo insurance will and won't cover

Condo and homeowners insurance serve the same purpose and are very similar.

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Volkswagen ID electric car concept revealed at Paris Motor Show

The production version of VW's next-generation of electric cars is expected to go into production by 2020.

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National Coffee Day is here! Where to snag free coffee and doughnuts.

National Coffee Day is Thursday, which means slew of stores will be offering free or discounted morning brew. 

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Uber's self-driving big rig plan: What does it mean for truck drivers?

Uber, which acquired self-driving truck startup Otto this summer, plans to get long-haul trucks on the roads next year. How will it affect those who are involved?

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In its drive for diversity, is the tech industry neglecting Asians?

Asians are overrepresented in the tech industry, but discrimination still exists, some argue, in representation in upper management.

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Is lunch getting too expensive?

Thanks to price increases, lunch has been losing restaurant customers. 

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Think motorcycle insurance covers just motorcycles? Think again.

There are a number of vehicles that fall under the protection of a motorcycle insurance policy and owners should consider purchasing it – required or not.

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Four simple money-saving tips for couples

Having the same goals, and a plan to achieve them, is important in achieving relationship harmony. 

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Tyson recalls 132K pounds of frozen chicken nuggets with bits of plastic

The five-pound bags of fully cooked panko chicken nuggets may contain plastic, and were sold at Costco stores nationwide. 

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Black Friday 2016 is a great time to buy laptops

Laptop prices have dropped throughout 2016, and that should continue through Black Friday shopping. 

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How Elon Musk plans to bring humanity to Mars (+video)

Elon Musk laid out plans Tuesday to send colonists to Mars by 2024 and eventually make the trip 'affordable for everyone who wants to go.' 

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2017 Jeep Compass actually looks like a Jeep

The newest Jeep Compass will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November and go on sale in early 2017. 

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Last night's presidential debate highlighted competing visions on taxes

Donald Trump believes that cutting taxes on business and high-income households will generate growth. Hillary Clinton believes the answer lies in helping middle-income families by taxing rich individuals and companies. Both are probably wrong. 

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OPEC: Cheap oil will keep flowing, for now (+video)

At an OPEC members' meeting in Algeria, Saudi Arabia and Iran say they won't cut production, meaning oil prices will likely stay low. Is a deal in the future?

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Volkswagen dieselgate one year later: What have we learned?

 Since the EPA's announcement last year, the VW diesel scandal has expanded in ways perhaps inconceivable that first day, and it continues to ricochet around both Volkswagen and the auto industry.

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For-profit colleges close in droves. What can students do?

Mass closures of for-profit colleges like ITT and Corinthian have dominated headlines recently, and affected students will need to act fast to minimize the fallout. 

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Facing outrage, Wells Fargo CEO steps down from Fed advisory council

Facing bipartisan condemnation over the creation of millions of false accounts allegedly opened by his bank without customers' knowledge, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf has agreed to resign his position on the advisory council for the Federal Reserve's San Francisco region.

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