Dave Ramsey's advice on love, money, marriage and controlling in-laws to be.
Dave answers a reader whose husband wants her to sell her late father’s motorcycle to pay off debt.
Though we are a decade out from the Great Recessions and Wall Street benchmarks continue to notch record highs, the “bitter bears” – or large swath of mavens who’ve been solidly negative since 2009 – are calling for a swift end to the optimism.
Recent inflation trends could boost the 2018 cost of living adjustment (COLA) for Social Security beneficiaries to its highest since 2012, according to advocacy group The Senior Citizens League.
According to the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America's (TIAA) Transition to Retirement Survey, men and women closer to retirement are focused on achieving the financial freedom that will allow them to live life to the fullest.
For Baby Boomer women, a late-life (or “gray divorce”) can take a significant financial toll on their retirement plans.
The average wedding in America today runs around $35,000. When is the right time to start saving?
Dear Dave reader asks advice on paying off debt vs. putting a down payment on a home.
According to a recent study by United Income, a startup financial planning service, adults are becoming less optimistic about future economic growth and financial health as they age.
Share these five tips with the students in your life to help them build smart money habits.
How Baby Boomers can protect their retirement portfolios from fake news.
Whether your a retired all-star shortstop or the son of a political dynasty raising hard cold cash is no easy task.
Wall Street firm Cantor Fitzgerald finds itself in a sticky political situation.
The troubled grocer reports second-quarter earnings on Wednesday, with activist investors demanding sweeping changes at the company.
Older Americans report that their household budgets jumped substantially last year, despite the lack of growth in their Social Security benefits, according to a new survey by The Senior Citizens League (TSCL).
Listening to Warren Buffett never gets old to the thousands of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders who are filling an arena to listen to the billionaire investor at the company's annual meeting on Saturday.
American Express (NYSE:AXP) CEO Ken Chenault said Saturday he would like to see more growth in the economy.
In his first public remarks, Bush addresses the Bush-Jeter bid for the Miami Marlins.
Many current and soon-to-be retirees still struggling from the Great Financial Crisis have decided to pack their bags and spend their golden years overseas, according to a new survey.
For the millions of Baby Boomers not yet in retirement age the big question remains, when should I start taking my Social Security benefits?