About 9,000 Americans made out like bandits on a unique provision in the Financial Reform Act. Here are the details.
Things are getting topsy-turvy in the CD marketplace, with some short-term CDs outperforming ones that go longer up the yield curve.
Buried in the 2,000 pages of legal lingo and bureaucratic blather in the financial reform bill is a new model for overseeing private student loans.
A new site called ZashPay promises to link people who want to pay others directly, without relying on third-party players like PayPal.
The Fed’s Beige Book is out, and it’s showing a spate of good news for the economy, including one often overlooked economic indicator.
Early concerns about the end of free checking may have been misdirected, according to a new survey on bank fees.
It's a financial form of "Whack a Mole," where after one fee is regulated out of commission, another one pops right up. Here's how to stop it.
The Federal Reserve has added some tweaks to credit card reform that consumers will be happy to hear about.
Michigan is home to some of the biggest home default rates in the U.S. — and now the state wants to do something about that.
A new ruling by the Federal Reserve says mortgage brokers will have to be fingerprinted and sign into a government registry.