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Credit score requirements for mortgages have inched up over the years. Read Article

We shouldn’t care about titles, job descriptions or even where advisers work. Before you hire them, focus instead on what they actually do. Read Article

Two titles Warren Buffett says everyone should read, and how to write off investment costs. Read Article

Last week, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would expand benefits offered by the college savings plans to include coverage of expenses like computers and Internet access, among other things. And there is bipartisan support for it in the Senate, too. Read Article

Take a look at BrightScope’s rankings of the top funds based on 401(k) assets under management. Read Article

The administration's proposed 2016 budget would now impose required minimum distributions for Roth IRAs. Read Article

The adoption of dynamic scoring for evaluating major changes in tax and spending policy makes sense in theory, but could create havoc in practice. Read Article

How do you deal with a freeloading friend in your carpool? Moneyologist Quentin Fottrell has the answer. Photo: Getty Read Article

Costco named Citigroup and Visa as its new credit partners, replacing American Express as the exclusive network at its stores beginning in April of next year. WSJ’s Paul Ziobro explains on MoneyBeat. Read Article

Michael Jordan is among the newest names on Forbes’ annual list of the world’s richest people. The basketball star made his fortune through endorsement deals and his ownership of the Charlotte Hornets NBA team. Read Article

Samsung Galaxy S 6 and S 6 Edge: What you need to know Today at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Samsung unveiled the latest version of its flagship smart phone, the Galaxy S 6. We got a sneek peek at the new device, as well as its curvier sibling, the Samsung Galaxy [...]

Hackers are using stolen identities to commit tax refund fraud. Here are moves to limit the risk—and steps to take if you’re a victim. Read Article

If you’re a retail investor with a keen interest in tainted laminated flooring from China, today could be a nasty ride. Read Article

The adoption of dynamic scoring for evaluating major changes in tax and spending policy makes sense in theory, but could create havoc in practice. Read Article

Warren Buffett’s latest shareholder letter offers up two book recommendations. Read Article

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