Investors tend to put money into what's worked in the past. That's not a great strategy for the future.
Save 15% of pay for 30 years and you will be fine, a new study shows. Save for longer, and it gets much easier.
Treat your kids' college savings - often housed in so-called 529 plans - as a sacred lockbox, or as a ready source of funds that may be tapped when necessary.
With wounds from the Great Recession still fresh, chastened Americans
are hoarding more cash in their checking accounts.
If you’re waiting to sell your house because you think prices will continue to rise, don’t.
Are you handling your own finances or shopping for professionals? Your first order of business is to determine your financial needs.
For some reason, talking about money, budgets and debt can feel embarrassing and uncomfortable, but having those tough conversations is avoidable.
Citigroup has agreed
to pay $7 billion to settle federal and state investigations into the
sale of defective mortgage investments.