Women make up nearly half of the total workforce in the U.S. yet many women are earnings less than their male counterparts and struggling to save for retirement.
Ahhh, Valentine’s Day, the day of love. If you’re in a relationship, you’re probably feeling creatively tapped out of gift ideas after the holiday season. If you’re single, Valentine’s Day is a perfect excuse to get a little something for your first love: you. Here are a few ideas that won't break the bank.
After 15 years of near austerity, U.S. airlines are restoring some small perks for passengers crammed into coach.
Women, listen up. It is not an equal playing field when it comes to money and retirement for men and women.
According to a report by the Federal Reserve U.S. net worth has declined by $1.2 Trillion. Discover what this troubling number means for future economic growth.
If your expenses are adding up and you're trying to stick to a budget, these strategies can help you spend less without looking cheap to your family and...
All parents worry about building strong financial values in their kids. These four points can help get you on the right track.
If you thought airfare prices were pretty low last year, expect them to be even lower this year.
Groceries? Interest rates? Yes, you can negotiate these—and other surprising things—as long as you keep these pro tips in mind.
As major U.S. stock exchanges are experiencing significant losses thus for in 2016, Fidelity Investments reports that 55% of Americans don’t have enough money saved to cover their basic needs in retirement.
Traditionally, New Year’s Eve is the time of year we commit to making positive changes in our lives for the year ahead. Yet again, finances are not a top priority.
If you thought gas prices could not get any cheaper, just wait until 2016.
Most presidential candidates lack a solid plan to fix Social Security and AARP wants some answers. Only 10% of Americans ages 25 to 69 are 'very confident' they will get as much as Social Security delivers today, and 18% believe they will get nothing..
No matter where you are in life, it’s smart to stash cash for your future.
It's time to give your collective debt an end of the year checkup. Learn what debt is healthy and which debt shows signs of poor financial health.
An early Christmas present for American road-trippers: the national gas average has officially slipped below $2 a gallon for the first time since March 2009.
Americans are spending a small fortune on coffee and eating lunch out. Reprioritizing could save you a boat load.
An advisor can help you reach your financial goals, but the relationship evolves over time and there isn’t always a favorable outcome. Therefore, sometimes the best way to protect your assets is by finding another advisor.
You want to throw a holiday party but cannot afford to spend big bucks. Consider these suggestions to cut down on costs and party on a budget.
Drivers are enjoying big savings at the pump with gasoline prices closing in on the $2-a-gallon milestone for the first time since 2009.