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.
The Social Security program pays more in benefits than it collects in revenue. How big is the Social Security shortfall?
An analysis of consumer debt shows that young consumers are using fewer credit cards. Discover how their avoidance of debt may hurt millennials in future.
Retiring really young is a stretch for most people, but it's doable for some.
Last year, identity theft hit 13 million people. Protect yourself using one of these tactics.
Many Millennials have shown that they prefer to pay for items in cash rather than run up large amounts of credit card debt. Learn how millennials can build credit responsibly.
How can you get your children through college without subjecting them to suffocating debt obligations? Here are five ways to lighten the load of student debt.
And you won't believe what we found when we asked about student debt forgiveness.
If you were someone who wasn’t satisfied in school unless you had a report card filled with As, then maybe a blemish-free 850 credit score is your adulthood equivalent.
Want to eliminate your credit card balances? Pick the debt reduction strategy that's right for you.
Finding causation for your credit score is not that simple, a new CreditCards.com
Mortgage rates have risen above all-time lows, but refinancing isn't off the table.
People starting college in the fall of 2017 probably haven’t yet decided where they’re going to school, let alone figured out how much money they’ll need to do it, but it’s almost time to start applying for financial aid.
Whether you’re in a money emergency or need to finance a big-ticket purchase, it’s important to understand what type of debt you should take on.
We found people still seem leery of stocks and prefer to put their money in property.