Tomorrow is Friday the 13th, and though successful investing and money management are not about luck, your finances should be set up for any bad fortune you may encounter.
A student gets an offer of help from his sister, but doesn't want to put her in a difficult tax situation.
It may sound like a bad thing, but the money that defaulting homeowners don't pay their lenders can be a big boost to the economy by being spent on daily necessities.
It's important to keep your financials in sync with Washington's ever-changing political landscape.
In this economy, it’s better to focus on safety rather than yield, which makes bank savings the better option for risk-averse investors.
A recent graduate's part-time job offer has him questioning whether it's worth it to take the job and become ineligible for loan deferment.
Homeowners shouldn't go diving into a pool purchase, but driving those deck posts isn't such a bad idea.
Seinfeld's George Costanza has a question for you: Are you really going to invest that way? Really?
Given how volatile the stock markets are, hiring a financial advisor to steer you in the right direction is a wise decision. But how can you tell a financial advisor from a salesperson? MainStreet talked to the experts to find out.
While opening a second checking account may complicate your financial life, doing so does have its advantages, from limiting high bank fees to keeping overdraft surprises at bay.