As the lousy economy makes large homes tough to maintain – and the tight credit market makes them even tougher to sell – the rules for remodeling are undergoing their own extreme makeover.
An estimated 1.6 million students will graduate from college this year. Just don’t be surprised if they have one reaction to investing: Forget it.
Remember when you were a kid and you coveted the cool baseball glove your friend had, but you didn't have the money to buy it from him?
Foreclosures in many parts of the country re at near-record levels, and recent declines in both property values and employment mean that more homeowners will land in foreclosure this year.
With bargain prices, low interest rates and an $8,000 federal tax credit for first-time homebuyers, it seems like the perfect time to buy a first home.
Are target-date mutual funds missing the bull's-eye?
Who would have thought that a Depression-era investing style could be in vogue in 2009?
When Judith Edmond talks about personal finance at school, it's more than just another academic subject.