Shopping online for a home away from home this summer? Follow MainStreet’s expert tips to avoid falling prey to vacation home rental scams.
Plenty of people in the U.S. have a license to sell real estate, but that doesn’t mean you should work with them. Here’s how to tell if your agent is solid, or if you’re bidding on a house of cards.
We’ve heard horror stories of employers turning down a job-seeker because their phone was out of style. What other offbeat (and somewhat irrational) things could turn off potential employers?
Be the best guest ever with our modern-day tips for giving gifts, declining the invite and more.
Women with a college degree are experiencing a “delayer boom,” driven by their decision to wait longer to start a family and having fewer children overall, according to new census data.
Mother knows best, so MainStreet is celebrating her holiday with the best pieces of advice for saving and spending, all from the mouths of moms.
New homes are starting to rise up again post-recession, but have they changed? MainStreet talks to builders and housing experts to see what owners now want in their dream home.
Instead of telling parents what money lessons they should be teaching their kids, MainStreet looks at what kids can teach their parents about personal finance.
You had a three-day reprieve because of Emancipation Day, but still haven’t sent in your taxes. Here are the last-minute details you need to know: when, where and how to get your forms in on time.
While 99 weeks of unemployment benefits may seem like a lot to some people, continued economic hardship means many Americans still have trouble finding work during that period. What can the unemployed do when the safety net suddenly disappears?