Why are you paying twice as much in mutual fund fees as big institutional clients? The U.S. Supreme Court is taking a close look at the question.
Consumer advocates are up in arms over Bank of America’s pilot program that charges fees to credit card customers. Is BofA breaking the law?
A split can leave you with a headache after you sell shares and must figure the tax implications of gains and losses. Here's how to avoid the painful part.
Spammers, racism and predatory lending. It must be lawsuit season!
It seems like a quaint notion, but the art of floating a check to delay payment isn’t dead, it’s just changed form.
Here’s a run-down of popular store credit cards and what you may not notice in the fine print.
The Federal Open Market Committee kept its interest rate target between zero and 0.25%, as expected, at the conclusion of its two-day meeting.
Tax relief for thousands of small, indirect investors in Bernard Madoff's swindle appears close to Senate adoption as part of a broader bill on unemployment.
Warren Buffett is making a multi-billion dollar bet on America’s future—but will it pay off?
The Fed won’t do anything of note this week – not when there is so much uncertainty in the air.