Checking a financial adviser's past for errant behavior is much easier
now with a new searchable database run by the Financial Industry
Regulatory Authority, which oversees U.S. securities companies.
Many Americans can't afford a home or don't want to own
one, a trend that's spawning a generation of renters and a rise in
Many financial planners advise debt-free retirement — including freedom from mortgage payments.
The online version of the sample sale is catching fire. American Express
is the latest player to join.
Graduates face an average loan debt of $24K
before they collect their 1st paychecks. Here are steps to help get on the right financial track.
It may be tempting to loosen your purse strings after years of vigilance, but experts say now is the time to fight that urge.
Stung by the crash of the housing market, some struggling homeowners are
using a provision of the
bankruptcy code to eliminate second mortgages.
Fixed mortgage rates remain below 5%, and fewer home buyers seem to be opting for adjustable-rate loans.