Borrowers with a stomach for risk might take a look at two other products offering good deals: five- and seven-year adjustable-rate loans.
Bank customers will likely find an offer for a "back-up plan" providing "increased convenience" soon. Too bad it's not a new offer, just new packaging.
Will people hit hard by the recession come out thriftier or will they go back to their free-spending ways? Recent evidence is intriguing, but mixed.
Despite bond funds' trendiness, bonds are best viewed as a long-term bet and a way to diversify and spread risks among various assets.
Market volatility last week means it might be a good time for a refresher on trading techniques that can be used by investors to avoid these pitfalls.
You’re newly re-employed. So, how can you get your financial house in order so you won't run into future financial trouble?
Dividends never really went away, but they're enjoying a surge in popularity since investors want an alternative to low fixed-income yields.
With business perking up, Standard & Poor’s predicts that many companies will be buying back their own shares. As a shareholder, is this good?
A new study finds the average employee is off track in building a full nest egg. How big does that nest egg have to be?
Even a die-hard do-it-yourselfer can get jitters when retirement approaches. That might be time for a second opinion from a financial adviser.