With bank deposit rates hovering at an unatrractive level, many savers are loking back to the tock market. Here's the CD roundup this week.
Americans are dealing with their debt via a free debt addiction program called Debtors Anonymous, giving new meaning to "one day at a time."
Americans are hoarding cash — big time. How is that affecting mortgage rates?
A new study from the National Automated Clearing House Association claims that the more online banking you do, the happier you’re likely to be.
It's a classic questions: new car or used car? Here, Brian O'Connell dives into the decision facing many consumers.
Homeowners may not realize it, but there is a way to cut your mortgage payment and loan principal without having to go through loan modifications.
Many banks are embracing smart phone tools , but Chase is is offering a new text service that warns you when your account is almost overdrawn.
It’s a tough economy out there, and with two sides to every tipping experience, it’s high time we figure out the right tip — every time.
If you’re denied on a health insurance claim, you do have some recourse — and that recourse should get stronger in September.
The rates and fees that banks charge to handle your money are on the rise, but there are still some bank deals to be had.