The holiday shopping season looms, and the end-of-year deadline for 2014 taxes, and we're spending more, getting loans, but seem mindful of too much debt.
A former accountant has success in Washington, D.C., from day one with a whimsical menu, positive energy and no reservations.
High-debt millennials may think they're staying out of financial trouble by forgoing credit cards, but they're going to need a good credit history sooner rather than later.
President Obama isn’t the only one facing criticism and bad reviews. Ratings for Congress, both political parties and Congressional leaders are low.
While the use of credit cards is becoming more ubiquitous, consumers are relying too much on them.
High net worth individuals often run into trouble, because they think they are immune to financial troubles and above the rules.
Timeshares, aka "fractionals," promise travelers convenient recurring trips, but in the age of the sharing economy's hospitality segment and cheap short-term rentals available, the arrangement makes less sense
Study examines couples married for an average of 39 years. Biased sample, or what?
Critics say the 1968 federal law that allows collectors to take 25 percent of debtors’ wages, or every penny in their bank accounts, is out of date and overly harsh.
Many parents are hurting their retirement portfolios by shouldering the burden of their children’s student loan debt.