A slew of studies reveal that many people want to make their money harder to access. It might make more sense than you think.
A 401(k) match is like an instant return of 100% on your investment. How could anyone pass that up?
Here's an overview of how much money Americans make, owe, and save.
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If you’re approaching the annual contribution limit to your plan, there are three other accounts you can consider if you’re looking for places to park some extra cash for your golden years.
Here's what you need to know about taxes on 401(k) contributions and withdrawals for the 2017 tax year.
It's time for your checkup!
Tony Robbins, the famed financial expert whose personal finance seminars and books have reached an estimated 50 million people, according to Forbes, has written a new book offering advice on avoiding the biggest financial mistakes.
Almost lost amid all the marching this weekend were a set of official actions the Trump administration took soon after the Inauguration, one of which directly impacts some consumers who are house-hunting now.
After a volatile election, President-elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States on Jan. 20.
In his first business network interview of the new year, DoubleLine Founder and CEO Jeffrey Gundlach said the Euro and its multi-nation zone could face grave danger as early as this year.
Shockingly, enough people still do things that can cause themselves heartache when applying for mortgages.
Learn why refinancing your student loans could be a good New Year's resolution and what you should consider before you refinance your student debt.
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates on Wednesday for the first time this year.
Discover some of the changes to the tax code that may take place during President Trump's administration, and how this may affect the U.S. housing market.
One of the biggest names in the investment world is calling President-elect Donald Trump a total disaster for the economy.
So much for polls.
Swiss lender UBS Group said low interest rates have created a housing bubble in key cities worldwide with Vancouver and London most at risk. Is the U.S. next?
Love and money, the two things you can’t live without (well, that and pizza).
Wall Street is on a wild ride dipping an additional 200 plus points today.