Why it’s important to start a retirement plan in your 20s
Saving for retirement early can have lots of benefits for young professionals in their 20s. Being able to retire earlier or with more money is just one example.
Growing your business: Why you should attend at least one trade show this year
Small Business can get a lot out of a trade show, which is an opportunity to reach a very targeted audience of individuals who have demonstrated strong interest in their industry.
ETFs to play around the debt default risk
Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, are baskets of securities traded on exchanges that may offer investors greater diversification, less risk and fewer fees.
Walmart raises outlook after boost in grocery, e-commerce sales
Walmart raised its outlook for the year after seeing a boost in its grocery and e-commerce business. CEO Doug McMillon said consumer spending remains resilient.
Household debt hit record $17T last quarter as inflation squeezes Americans
New York Federal Reserve data released Monday shows household debt hit a fresh record in the first quarter of 2023 as high inflation squeezes Americans.
7 money moves new college graduates should be making
Experts share advice on how to control money rather than let it control you after graduating college. Creating a budget is a great starting point for recent grads.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy on concerns surrounding a debt ceiling deal: 'I don't want to have a Biden default'
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., discusses where Republicans stand on debt ceiling negotiations as a default looms, and weighs in on the future of A.I. regulations.
Can you customize the length of your mortgage?
If someone wants to tailor the term of a loan to fit a certain mortgage payoff timeline and monthly budget goals, then custom loan terms may be a good fit.
How and when you should check your credit scores
Checking your credit score can help you in many ways, especially if you're about to take out a new line of credit such as new credit card or a new loan from a bank.
How to determine if an HOA is worth the monthly cost
Homeowners associations fees typically cover the cost of maintenance for community amenities like swimming pools, parks and green spaces. Some might cover the costs of utilities.
Top money gift ideas for new college graduates suggested by financial pros
There are many different ways to give a new college graduate money as a gift. Cash is one way, but other monetary gifts can set them up for future success.
April inflation breakdown: Where are prices rising the fastest?
Inflation continued to financially burden millions of U.S. households in April as the cost of things like gasoline, used cars and rent marched higher.
Airfare from US to international destinations surges to highest level in 5 years
Airfare to Europe and Asia this summer already reached its highest level in over five years due to continued demand, higher jet fuel prices and lower capacity.
Rejected for a buy now, pay later plan? It might not be your fault
Klarna and Affirm surged in popularity during the pandemic’s online shopping boom, as buyers used them to finance big purchases such as designer bags and daily expenses.
Is an adjustable-rate mortgage a good fit for your homebuying plan?
Your lender should be able to answer your questions and concerns and lead you through the lending process. But, knowing the pros and cons is important to making an informed decision.
What is ‘cash stuffing’ and how does it work?
Cash stuffing is one way to effectively budget and avoid costly credit card debt. This new spin on a classic budgeting technique helps to track spending.
Fed risks a 'double-dip recession' if they pause rate hikes: Robert Heller
Former Federal Reserve Governor Robert Heller and Carnivore Trading CEO Dutch Masters discuss the chances of the Fed pausing rate hikes due to gloomy market conditions on 'The Claman Countdown.'
Recession risk is now higher than any time since 1981: Jason Trennert
Strategas CEO and Chairman Jason Trennert addresses the run on smaller regional banks as the market plans for the Fed's next rate move on 'The Big Money Show.'
Apple is the number one 'ride or die stock': Lou Basenese
Public Ventures President and chief market strategist Lou Basenese discusses what investors should be focused on ahead of the Fed's May meeting on 'Varney & Co.'
JP Morgan's 'too big to fail' status is a widely-held view: David Smith
Autonomous Research U.S. banks analyst David Smith discusses whether the JP Morgan deal with First Republic Bank puts an end to the regional bank crisis on 'The Claman Countdown.'