While it’s clear financial literacy needs to be improved, there’s debate on who should be making the lessons: teachers, parents, or a combination of both.
According to the IRS, the cyber thieves who stole tax return information from 100,000 Americans may have used social media to get in the door. Are you 'over-exposed' online?
Having children is pricey, and financial uncertainty has many people either delaying or not having children. What does this mean for the future of the economy?
The government's partial closure is the latest blow to federal workers that have also had their pay frozen at 2010 levels with no cost-of-living increases. To help keep their heads above water, financial experts offered the following budget tips to furloughed workers.
Forget counting sheep, with price tags above $150, these pajamas will have you seeing nothing but dollar signs.
The U.S. might be known as the land of the free, but we're also tied to our office desks with no federally-mandated vacation days.
Love and money are age-old problems. And when combined, they can be lethal to a marriage.
We all know to include health-care and living costs in our retirement plans, but we should also be including financial assistance to family members since more of us are writing large checks to family members that could impact our ability to retire.
A recent court ruling could signal the end of unpaid internships as companies re-evaluate their programs over fears of being hit with a lawsuit.
The 401(k) started out as a tax loop hole to supplement workers' savings and has grown to become Americans’ main retirement savings tool. And if you ask any boomer, it might be time to rethink our savings strategies.
Recession-era graduates are facing the possibility of becoming unemployed or underemployed as the economy continues its jobless recovery -- and the consequences can last over a lifetime.
The administration has warned that automatic budget cuts will bring flight delays, school cancellations, furloughed government workers and meat shortages -- but is it all hype?
While investors may still be leery to hop back into the real estate market, housing starts, prices and confidence are on an upward trend and the tide may be turning this year to favor homesellers.
The stalemate surrounding college loans goes beyond setting the interest rate. A debate is surfacing on how much these loans cost taxpayers.
Being responsible, creative, innovative and driven are all good qualities to have, but that doesn't mean employers want to see them in your online profile and on your resume.
Two Washington D.C. developers are changing the way neighborhood projects are developed and funded and his putting the power in the hands of the people who actually live in the area.
The consignment industry is recession proof as cash-strapped consumers turn to resale when the economy gets tough. But what happens to the industry when times are good?
Consumers' grocery shopping habits are looking more European as they increase the frequency of their shopping trips and seek out more fresh and unique offerings.
The financial crisis hit as some Millennials were gearing up to enter the labor market and many boomers were on their way out. The Great Recession changed the labor market, and now we are seeing a tale of two employment recoveries.
Choosing the right college major can make a big difference in students' career prospects and earnings potential, so here’s what experts recommend college students take into consideration when declaring their major.