The first measurement in 2016 of the U.S. labor market was tepid, but
the soft numbers overshadowed otherwise positive signs.
Job growth in the U.S. slowed sharply last month, the latest in recent
signs of economic weakening amid turbulent global financial markets.
The honeymoon's over. While it would be nice to always glow in marital
bliss, reality will soon set in when it comes time to talk finances.
People with federal student loan debt now have a few options to lower their rates
While federal student loans have a provision that discharges the debt if
a borrower dies, private student loans are a different story.
With the low home prices and equally low interest rates, experts agree that this is the perfect time to invest in real property.
These common assumptions could take big points off your FICO score—and leave you paying more on loans and credit cards.
A new report suggests that credit card holders could get lower interest rates and late fees waived if they ask.
There’s been lots of debate lately in housing circles about the impact of student debt on home ownership.
It's not just your partner's problem—it's yours too, if you ever plan to buy a house or a car together.