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.
Proper money management is the key to your freelancing success. How do you manage your income to make sure you stay on top of your game? Here are some tips to help you out.
A growing number of Americans are dipping into their 401(k)s and
other defined contribution plans to pay for more immediate needs.
The Internal Revenue Service is offering people who work from home an easier way to deduct the cost of their home offices.
Check out these insights into the mortgage industry that will help you secure the best deal possible on your next loan.
People make all kinds of resolutions for the New Year. If you are planning on buying or selling real estate in 2013, add these resolutions to your list.
Many couples suffer from sticker shock when they realize how expensive a wedding can be. Consider planning yours on a shoestring budget.
The founders of new startups LendUp and SaveUp are buffing up consumers’ personal finances — one dollar at a time.