Student loans are unlike any other kinds of credit in that they are some of the hardest to get rid of if you can’t make your payments.
If you are looking for peace of mind and easy access to your money, bank savings are a good bet.
A recent survey suggests the housing market is on the upswing. Still, it’s still nothing to sing about.
The Internet can be a great place to find deals on big-ticket items such as cars, but a bit of in-person legwork will ensure you get the best deal.
Paying cash for a home is not a realistic option for many buyers, but for some it’s their only option. The decision hinges on one simple factor.
As the economy continues to sour, you can create a cash reserve by selling stocks, bonds or mutual funds that have lost money, while setting yourself up for a better tax situation when you file your 2011 returns.
Interest rates on second mortgages have fallen, but you'll have to meet certain conditions to get a piece of that pie.
As always, a natural disaster sends people running for their nearest insurer. But flood insurance is only worthwhile for some, and the cost should give anyone pause.
The limit for federally backed mortgage loans drops at the end of September, so here are some ways to close quickly and beat the deadline.
Heading off for your freshman year at college? Before you plunge into the whirl of an exciting new life, make some money-management vows to avoid a mess that could dampen the fun.