Worried your heirs won't effectively manage the money you leave them? The time to prepare them is now.
Parenthood is not for the faint of heart -- or the light of wallet. Learn some of the subtle costs that come with having kids.
When trying for a new lease, the marks on your credit left by an eviction are harder to remove than stains on an old carpet.
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General Mills comes under fire after making changes to its legal terms that say consumers that download online coupons or participate in forums on the web are agreeing to...
We’ve all walked into a store only planning to pick up one or two items and leave with many over-flowing bags. And that's exactly what the retailer wanted to do.
You max out your 401(k), never carry a card balance and have an emergency fund. When is it OK to blow the budget on a you-only-live-once moment?
For a new restaurant owner concerned about accepting credit cards for call-in orders, a merchant processing account may not be the best thing -- at least not in the beginning.
You have a few options to cut your credit card debt, each with its own pros and cons.
It's a tricky and dangerous procedure, but it's possible: The spouse with good credit can absorb the bad-credit person's debt by balance transfer.
Break ups are never fun, but sometimes necessary. Here’s how to know whether it’s time to go your separate way from your financial advisor.