With millennials especially rattled, Congress is even considering one.
U.S. retirees, HSBC Group reports, are looking at seven full years of low or no income in retirement.
First-year students are woefully unprepared for handling their finances away from home, a study finds.
Love of their phones doesn't stop Americans in select cities from cracking, denting or otherwise disabling them.
It’s not uncommon to have mentors for different aspects of your professional life, and for your physical or spiritual life as well.
Only an hour or two per month can mean the difference between a good credit score or one that could add more to your debt burden.
Don’t look now, but the price of gasoline is climbing again. To stay on top, drivers need to know what's true about fuel strategies.
There are con artists among the 40 million online daters, and some of their cons could cost you more than a date.
Companies love contract workers for their flexibility and skills. Here's how they can show the love.
Not to be a sour note on Cupid’s big day, but studies show that money troubles are the primary driver of divorces in the U.S. these days.