Cardboard boxes stuffed full of $1 million in cash were among assets seized.
Sellers are asking more money for their properties, a new report says.
Sanctions are making it harder for U.S. companies to do business in Russia, and that could jeopardize the ability for U.S. financial institutions to have access to capital.
Unrest in the Ukraine, Iraq and Israel may be causing jitters, but making changes to investments based on politics may cause more harm than good in the long run.
Auto industry sales are at their best pace since the beginning of 2006, and that means 4 million more auto loan accounts in just a year.
Mutual fund investors need to watch out for an unexpected and in some respects undeserved tax bill in any investing between now and the year's end.
TD Ameritrade says those 15 to 24 believe Social Security won't be there for them, and that they need cash for emergencies and to pay off debt.
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.