When kids are itching for a learner's permit, parents have an opportunity to start a conversation about the financial impact of driving, explaining that gas and repairs is just the start.
MainStreet rounds up some of the most common money terms that have baffled college students and adults alike.
Investors are searching for other places to make a decent return and junk bonds, for better or worse, are starting to look like gems to many.
Capital One is stepping up to the plate for three high schools to educate kids on the basics of money management. Other banks aren’t far behind.
Many investors might skip over the line on their mutual fund disclosure statements that says, "12b-1 fee." They might want to look closer.
Despite their exclusive-sounding name, closed-end funds don't maintain the equivalent of a velvet rope restricting access to VIPs.
Trends involving these everyday items could tell us where the economy is headed.
Some people have way too much money in checking, while others have barely enough—sound familiar?
Debit cards and cold hard cash are gaining popularity as consumers grow tired of the tricks credit card companies so often play.
The stock-market drop and recession have decimated retirement savings, and U.S. households have responded by turning away from rebuilding wealth.