If you know anyone with a child in college or one that will be soon, you know this is hand-wringing time, as families sweat financial aid awards.
About 80% of firms that reduced or suspended employer matches in the dark days of 2009 are planning to restore them this year.
Savvy investors know that selecting the right mix of stocks, bonds and cash is key to meeting long-term goals. But how do you get the right balance?
Like most people, you probably haven’t the foggiest idea of what your MAGI is. Luckily, MainStreet has an answer for you.
Amid a series of gut-wrenching plunges, it’s natural to think about moving money to the sidelines. But what are the long-term effects of puling money out?
More brokerages are eliminating ETF fees, making it easier for dollar-cost averagers to get into the game.
When it comes to investments, everyone knows the principle of buy low, sell high. But does it work with cars?
Ask a pro for investing help and you can expect to pay for it. Sounds simple enough, but practices have changed over the years.
Are you saving enough for retirement? Probably not, but here's how to figure it out.
The SEC has adopted new rules to make money market mutual funds safer, responding to a “breaking-the-buck” incident that roiled markets in 2008.