Do you have more money in your pocket than last year? Americans respond
Americans revealed whether they have more, less, or the same amount of spending cash on hand this year compared to 2022, with most people breaking even.
Retirement savings for older workers falling short
Older American workers are far behind when it comes to adequately saving for retirement -- and most of them know it, according to a new study.
Longest-running Las Vegas casino caught in coronavirus coin crunch
El Cortez, founded in 1941, is the longest-running casino in Las Vegas. It has 730 slot machines, 113 of which take coins.
Tiffany bracelet dropped in Salvation Army kettle
Salvation Army leaders in Maryland say a donor recently dropped thousands of dollars worth of jewelry in a red kettle.
College, university costs could force schools to close, Notre Dame CIO warns
“Some of the more tuition-dependent and middling-reputation institutions are starting to go out of business, and we will see more of that," University of Notre Dame vice president and CIO Scott Malpass said.
Bad news fueled businesses to become more resilient: Expert
If there's one thing the consumer can count on, Chris Davis said it's the bad headlines aren't going away.
How to improve your credit, get out of debt
Credit card debt can be daunting, but there are some easy steps you can take to pay down your balance and get out of trouble.
POW! The Fed fights the evil doers of financial illiteracy with comic books
The Fed used to issue comics back in the early aughts, and are now bringing back the comic book series under new writers and illustrators.
How to save for retirement while helping family with finances
The regional president of Wells Fargo Advisors' Northern Region Mary Sumners shared her retirement savings tips with FOX Business.
Equifax demands more consumer info before making payouts for massive breach
Equifax asking for more data from customers in order to be able to pay them their portion of settlement for massive data breach the company suffered in 2017.
Why sharing your salary could be helpful
Of those surveyed, 24 percent of working professionals said it's appropriate to tell a coworker how much their salary is.
Samantha Barbash, stripper who inspired J-Lo 'Hustlers' movie, blows lid off CEO spending
J-Lo's real-life “Hustlers” character, Samantha Barbash, details life as a strip club hostess exposing Fortune 500 CEOs in new book "Underscore."
How to automatically save more money
Depending on how you manage your money, there are a variety of apps out there that help you save more money.
Allowance forever? Some millennials still taking money from parents
About 13 percent of millennials admitted they have no savings at all.
Debt problem? Lying about it to your partner is common
Despite people having financial woes, a majority of those surveyed admitted they still date someone with debt.
Credit scores can be predicted by your online behavior, study claims
The findings could have ramifications for those who don't have existing credit history.