Closing a credit card account could actually hurt your credit score. Be smart with card cancellations and they will not come back to haunt you in the future.
You may think the 'little white lies' on your resume are carefully hidden, but experts say there are a few that stick out like a sore thumb.
Lots of people want to own classic cars. Few are able to make it happen. Even fewer know exactly what they’re in for when they sign on for the job.
The stress on STEM curricula in schools is heightening high school drop-out rates -- a trend that could actually have adverse effects on the economy.
Despite the growing demand for guardianship, families need to be wary of elder abuse, especially with regard to financial matters such as inheritance decisions.
ApplePay and Google Wallet are a good start, but government-mandated chip-and-pin cards will be more widely embraced by consumers in about a year.
Consumers are missing an easy opportunity to save money: Avoiding high-fee loans and check cashing services. And some don't even know why.
Adding to retirement challenges, a new survey reveals the growing concern among Americans who may also need to care for an aging parent, while saving for their own golden years.
Open season, when individuals can once again sign up for Marketplace health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, begins November 15. But high costs lie in wait.
Despite improving economic conditions, more consumers are flocking toward financial professionals.