According to a survey by Bank of America, only half of affluent Americans are footing their children’s tuition bills.
There may be some rough waters ahead, but using your 401(k) as a life vest isn't always best.
The resolution of the debt ceiling debate doesn't mean its hangover will go away soon.
Even those in the U.S. who complain about excessive government regulation say they're in favor of rules that would require banks to clearly disclose the fees they attach to checking accounts, a new survey shows.
Relatively painless cutbacks and moves could be the key to adding $50,000 or more to your savings.
Working too hard to earn too little could damage retirement prospects for the underemployed.
The most fundamental tool for amassing wealth—knowledge—is precisely what poor Americans lack, says one financial advisor. How can consumers close the growing divide between rich and poor?
Paltry savings rates, yield-crushing inflation and other fiscal moves by the Fed are creating a world of pain for bank savers.
Low interest rates and rising inflation are making even the safest investments almost worthless for bank investors.
Read this before you make the switch from bank savings to dividend-paying stocks.