After several years of recession-induced belt-tightening, consumers may be loosening up a bit this holiday.
As more shoppers use computers and mobile devices to shop,
spending smartly this season is about more than knowing how to
get a good deal.
Georgia has unveiled a student-loan
program designed to help pay for expenses beyond the amount
financial aid and family support can cover.
There might yet be another casualty in the real estate market: the Federal Housing Administration.
Amid all the fears over identity theft, the No. 1 tip on how to avoid getting hit is always the same: Shred it.
If your paycheck shrinks in 2012, the culprit may be rising health
insurance costs. But you can save money by making the right choices this
Having a child is a miraculous, wonderful experience and brings with it a lifetime of joy. And lots of bills.
Many consumers applying for a mortgage are going to start sharing more
personal information with lenders next year, like it or not.
In cities facing shortfalls, the reaction has been
to slash payrolls, pensions and capital spending to bring
expenses in line with revenues.
Reports show that those making $75,000
to $100,000 a year are the fastest-growing share of people who don’t
pay federal income taxes.