When their daughter called a couple of years ago, stressed out by her
college studies, apartment bills and part-time work, Dan and Lisa Costa
welcomed her back into the house with open arms.
For young people who came of age in the recession, the American dream feels like a myth.
Even a Muppet knows how to get money.
Having your bills mailed to you month after month is bad for the
environment. But many of us can't break the practice.
Ready to move from Dad's couch to one of your own? Consider the following tips as you look for an apartment.
Apartment deals were on virtually every block during the throes of
the recession, even in high-demand cities like NY and
San Fran. Not anymore.
Among the most valuable lessons parents can teach their children are to
be good stewards of their money.
As part of a class talk on "budget busters," California teens got some
fast-paced, practical schooling on money management.
The biggest banks have abandoned no-fee checking accts in
the past year or so and raised account fees.
Don't have enough rewards points to redeem that travel package? Try
asking friends and family if they have any points to spare. Citi says
its credit cardholders can now transfer ThankYou points to one another.