The rules on donated vehicles have changed since 2005, when Congress placed limits on once-generous donation policies.
If you rent a home or an apartment, you're more likely to cut back on groceries, health care services and bank and investment savings.
Holiday parties always tempt us to blow off steam, even if it's in front of bosses and co-workers, and that could be a problem.
Author Noah St. John says if buying into a stigma about money can cost you more than you expect.
Retail credit cards are best when you pay off the complete balance every month. You'd better do your due diligence even if you think you will.
Just when consumers need it most, the ability to save for emergencies is dwindling dangerously low.
A university's studies show potential elite employees don't like firms vetting them on their social media habits.
Ten percent of Americans tag their spouse or partner as a 'financial bully,' sometimes worthy of divorce.
You'll be ahead of the game even if you do a bit of shopping online in a state without Internet sales tax.
Having a job in a sluggish economy is a huge reason to give thanks, but what about the trimmings?