There’s an art to building an emergency fund and it goes way beyond popping a few bucks into a bank savings account.
Most Americans plan to go shopping for Valentine’s Day, but just how much they’ll spend depends on their demographic.
The number of Americans reporting that they don’t save has gone up, and falling deposit rates may be to blame.
As consumers crawl their way back from the worst savings rates in generations, state lawmakers from coast to coast are looking to spice up financial responsibility by offering lottery-like prizes for people who sock their money away.
A new metric shows Americans are getting squeezed by their banks as deposit rates plummet.
Want to know how we calculated the Credit Power Index? Here, we explain the methodology and why it matters to you, the consumer.
Money market accounts haven’t offered the strongest interest rates lately, but there is money to be made.
There are different kinds of assets to consider when gauging financial health, and fallacies to get over.
Spending is up, but so is debt as consumers look for that sweet spot between income and expenditures.