Building a diversified portfolio is harder than ever now that different asset types are moving more in tandem with each other. Here’s how to build the cash reserve you need.
In the market for a used car? Kelley Blue Book urges you to buy sooner rather than later, as prices are expected to continue increasing this year.
Real estate prices are low these days as the housing market continues to struggle, but not all buys will be a good investment.
Target-date funds are used by a lot of people to plan for retirement, but weak performance in the stock market is causing big problems.
Here are some tips to keep in mind if you’re looking to buy a home in which the seller retains the rights to recover oil, gas or minerals that lie below the surface of the property.
Looking to start 2012 off on the right foot? Here’s a checklist for keeping your finances in order.
The lucky have a pile of cash heading into 2012 from bonuses, holiday gifts or year-end sales of investments. Ordinary cash can just go into the bank, but how about that investment cash?
Rent-to-own deals don’t have the best rap, but they can actually prove useful in today’s troubled housing market, allowing buyers and sellers to lock in deals until conditions improve.
A new study finds that renting a home is generally more profitable than buying – except under unusual economic conditions like those of today.
High used-car values can be converted into cash when your lease expires – something your friendly car dealer may not mention.