Coffee, fast food, alcohol and doughnuts claim plenty of cash from millennials, but not always where you'd expect.
Most job openings are never advertised or posted, which means tapping a network is an essential resource to uncover opportunities.
Your age, sex and whether you smoke can hike your insurance costs more than you might guess. But there are ways to lower those costs too.
IRAs are a good way to save for retirement, but they're not going to help all that much if you're not putting money into them regularly.
Anyone with home or rental payments and a mountain of bills on top can relate to the temptations of borrowing from a 401(k), but you really shouldn't.
Yes, it's a tough slog looking for work over a long period. But keep cool, explore all options and don't give up and try these tips.
Our health as a nation may be improving thanks to the Affordable Care Act, but that won't help much if individuals don't stop their bad habits.
Nearly a quarter of families started back-to-school shopping two months early last year. Here's the smartest way to do it.
Obamacare may have ended workers' fears about leaving a job because health insurance would disappear with it, or so-called 'job lock.'
There's increasing call for the four-day workweek, including from millionaire investors -- especially the unmarried women among them.