Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to be rich to start
investing. Even if you have less than $500 to invest, there are options.
Optimism about the economy by U.S. small-business owners slipped last month to a nearly two-year low.
There are a number of things you can do to make sure your
retirement plans don't dry up easily even if you live up to a ripe old
age. Check out our guide.
Relatively low housing prices and interest rates have fueled a renewed fascination with house flipping in the past few years.
Taking the time to find the best mortgage will save you money in the long run. While it can be tedious, it can possibly save thousands of dollars in the process.
Should you merge your finances or keep them separate after marriage? Know the variables involved before making a decision.
In 2012, the “used merchandise” industry, which includes sellers of
apparel, furniture and books racked up $13 billion in annual
Are you living from paycheck to paycheck and spending more than what you bring in each month? Check out these telltale signs.
You may not be aware of it but going on a summer vacation can be a great way to teach your kids some lessons about managing money.
Beware of home renovation projects that may lower your home's value.