Fed's End to Quantitative Easing Will Affect How You Invest and Buy a House
The Federal Reserve ended its bond buying program and did not change current interest rates. So what does the typical American on Main Street need to know?
Student Debt Has 17% Saying They Should Have Said No to College
Nearly 60% say they didn't understand the student loan repayment process, and 71% would have made different education choices.
Average College Graduate Will Leave First Job Within One Year
Even if new graduates are lucky enough to find a job after graduation, most won’t last more than a year
How to Get Your Car Ready for Winter, and Why to Do It Now
Winter makes it more difficult to start your car, and road conditions are worse, so it's important to have everything working properly before the cold.
Bullying in the Workplace? Half the Time the Bully Is the Boss
Even worse, there's often also a lack of support from co-workers who can be just as afraid of the boss as you are.
5 Halloween Apps Designed to Make the Holiday a Bit Less Scary
Halloween means carving pumpkins, finding costumes, keeping track of the kids and finding the best candy. There are apps for all of the these.
Lewy Body Dementia Is a Lesser Known Disease That Can Part You From Your Money
Underdiagnosis is just one reason LBD remains unfamiliar to the public and many doctors and why funding for research is lagging.
Medical Debt Is Responsible for the Majority of Bankruptcy Claims in the U.S.
Despite the preoccupation in the news with credit card debt, it is actually medical debt that is responsible for the majority of bankruptcy claims in the United States.
Automated Investments Made by Machines: Better than Man-Made?
Fidelity, Schwab and others are rushing to provide consumers with low-cost investment strategies implemented by computer algorithms.
Foreclosures Continue To Dip In Sign of Housing Market Recovery
Foreclosure inventory continues to fall, pointing to more signs of an improving housing market.