Home Sharing Site Expands Network on Expedia to Gain Millennial Appeal
Millennials are increasingly gravitating toward cost-saving accommodations options on their travels by using home sharing services. Mainstream booking platforms are taking note.
Will Apple Pay Keep You Safe This Holiday Season Amid Credit Card Breaches?
Yesterday Apple flipped the switch on its new digital payment system Apple Pay. But will it protect you from hacks?
Expect Surge in Black Friday Spending, More Doorbusters on Hand
It's only Halloween season but retailers — and millions of shoppers — are looking forward to Black Friday and holiday shopping.
More Millennial Women Worried About Retirement Says Fidelity Study
Millennials may be struggling with student loans and a rough job market, but nearly half have already started saving for retirement, said Kristen Robinson, Senior Vice President at Fidelity.
When Disputing Errors in Your Credit Report, Go Tooth and Nail
Disputing errors in a credit report is a necessity since your credit score is akin to serving as your financial fingerprint.
Housing is in Solid Expansion and you Should see Stronger New Home Sales and Starts
Housing data was a bit weaker Thursday with the October NAHB Index coming in at 54 versus the prior reading and consensus estimate of 59.
Why Millennials Should Buy Boring Value Stocks, Not Risky Tech Names
Young investors have the advantage of a long time horizon so they should buy beaten-down value stocks as opposed to high multiple growth names.
How to Evaluate Whether Credit Card Bonuses Are Worth It
You open your mail box and there they are: the offers. Sign up for this credit card and get these benefits. But you weren't born yesterday.
Why Two-Thirds Of Consumers Are Spending Less Each Month
Consumers are becoming more cautious about how much they spend, a new survey says.
You Can Usually Get Credit Card Late Fees Waived Just by Asking
Almost nine out of 10 cardholders who asked that a late fee be waived were accommodated, but it's even better not to have to ask.