It's 'Recipe for Disaster' That 7.2 Million People Hide Spending From Spouses
Not only will couples have trouble with household finance; they are most likely to seek a divorce because of money than infidelity.
Millions of Americans Keep Secret Accounts and Hide Purchases From Spouse
Petty cash purchases are usually no problem, but big money secrets can be serious.
Is Now the Time For You to Start Closing Credit Card Accounts?
You might be surprised to find out there are times when closing your credit cards can be a good thing.
New 'Security Enhanced' Credit Cards Are Coming: Too Little Too Late?
Retailers face an October deadline to accept 'chip and PIN' credit cards, but many are putting off the conversion.
Millennials and Their Money: Here Are the Factors That Drive Gen Y to Buy
Under-35 adults are entering the mainstream, like it or not.
How to Get Your Bank and Credit Card Fees Back Every Time You Call
How do you get out of paying your fees to banks and credit card companies so you can spend more on yourself?
What Are You Really Getting When You Spend More on High-End Clothing?
When it comes to fashion, do you get what you pay for?
The Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Personal Data in an Era of Epidemic Hacking
From Sony to Chase, the hacks multiply. Here's how to stay safe.
Credit Card Data Breaches Didn't Alter Holiday Shopping
The rash of credit card breaches at major retail chains last year had a surprisingly low impact on holiday shopping, consumers said in a survey.
How to Build and Maintain an Excellent Credit Score to Save on Borrowing Costs
Building and maintaining an excellent credit score helps consumers save money when they need to obtain a loan for a car or a credit card.