Among other survey findings: Average income has declined more in the recovery years than in the actual recession years.
America's gone from tiger moms to tired moms, a finance survey suggests.
The truth is, not every home is meant to make money. The more common true real estate investment is the kind that saves it.
Here are some of the smartest gifts you can give yourself — tools to help you manage your money more efficiently.
Checking out a car or truck’s accident history isn’t a luxury. It’s a necessity.
Millennials are acquitting themselves quite nicely in their financial habits, but baby boomers and Generation X? Not so much.
December may be all about family and the holidays, but it’s also a great month to make some practical moves.
The frenzy of fees in everything from travel to banking is the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face. Here are some examples and advice on fighting back.
"Retail therapy" is just the start of the bad decisions people make when they're down, research finds.
Should you use a cash-back or rewards credit card? Buy or lease a car? Give your kids allowance or pay for chores? Here are the quick answers to some common money questions.