In a survey released last week, nearly half, or 49 percent of U.S.
adults surveyed for two real estate Web sites are at least somewhat
likely to consider buying a foreclosed property. That's up from 45
percent in May.
With 529 plans, tax-free earnings can give you an edge. But the plans aren't all created equal.
One thing is clear: No matter what Congress does in terms of extending
the Bush-era tax cuts, they will apply for tax year 2010. Period.
Unemployment payments won't stop immediately. So how do you know when you're going to lose your benefits?
More than 13 million shoppers are still paying off last year's
holiday debts, according to Consumer Reports.
Holiday shopping's in full swing, building perhaps toward a merry climax at retail outlets.
If you've been through a foreclosure, you may wonder if there is hope for you to become a homeowner again.
This holiday season, Americans are earning and spending more and companies are shedding fewer