A good credit score can make your life easy while a less than stellar one can make it miserable. It helps to check your credit report regularly.
Keeping track of how you spend your money can be difficult. Follow our tips to avoid blowing your paycheck before you even get paid.
Keep making unnecessary impulse buys? Here are some tips to help you resist the urge to buy things you want but don’t need.
Important financial lessons include setting up an emergency fund with three-to-six months of living expenses and developing self-awareness about spending habits.
According to Savings.com, couponing has the potential of helping the average American household save up to $10,000 per year.
American workers saw their out-of-pocket medical costs jump again this
year, as the average deductible surged nearly 9 percent in 2015.
Prevailing wisdom says to buy plane tickets on weekends 50 to 100 days in advance, unless you’re flying during a holiday.
If you’re one of the richest Americans — not the 1% but the 0.008% of U.S. taxpayers who rake in more than $10 million per year — you’re probably thanking your broker more than your company’s board.
To help students better compare colleges, the federal government on Saturday launched a revamped College Scorecard website. Among other features, the site will publish earnings for federal aid recipients from every college in the country.
Q: My wife and I are enjoying city life and the flexibility of being renters. But everyone says we’re crazy for not buying a home. Is renting really such a bad financial move?