If money can't buy happiness, why does it sometimes feel so good to buy stuff?
If you can't pay your tax bill by April 15, don't panic. Here's what you need to know.
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Americans in Q4 2014 had an average of $2,710 worth of credit card debt. The worst kind of credit card debt is when paying only the...
If your winter blew, your spring doesn't have to. Here are five fun and affordable spring break ideas for the family.
It’s a statistic nobody wants to face: about 70% of women today will outlive the men in their lives. Will you be prepared financially? Here is advice.
Yes, it’s awkward and wonky, but if you find yourself on a white, sandy beach on your honeymoon and you still don’t know about your partner’s credit history, shame on you.
There are a ton of personal finance apps out there, so we asked the pros to tell us which are the best. Here are their top picks
According to Fidelity Investments, the average 401(k) hit $91,000 last year – that’s 30% more than in 2011! If you haven’t already, you need to get in on this.
Do you spend more than you make? Be honest. If so, you are not alone. But there is a way to reverse the trend: put yourself on a budget.
This week, we are going to talk strategies for paying off credit card debt. There’s no better time to face it, then in January, when the holiday credit-card hangovers set in.