While rampant investor-led speculation fueled the housing bust of 2006 to 2011, today’s investors take a more cautious approach.
There are a few key indicators that tell you are living beyond your means. Being aware of these signs can save you lots of money woes in case of a cash emergency.
The right insurance polices can help safeguard your possessions and earning power. Find out which policies you should never do without.
It’s tax time again. Washington may be stuck in gridlock, but Uncle Sam still wants your money.
Some homeowners are getting the FHA-backed 203(k) loan, which is used
for renovations, and is different from a home
If college prices continue to climb as they have, by
the time today’s newborns go to college, the sticker price will be about
In an era dominated by smart mobile devices, security systems also are becoming more intelligent.
Tax season has officially begun, later than usual because lawmakers only
this year passed legislation to address expired tax cuts.
As startling as it seems, the IRS estimates that each year 1 in 4 eligible Americans misses out on money the government owes.
With home prices rising and interest rates falling, housing advocates are calling for a new kind of loan for
buyers with lower incomes.