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?
Technology is supposed to help make our lives easier, so here are 15 ways your smartphone makes good on that promise and help you save some cash.
Consumers are increasingly cutting back on luxuries big and small like brand name drugs, regular haircuts and even their morning coffee, all to save a little extra money in the tough economy.
As soldiers shift back stateside, managing their money will require extra care.
Couples with large age gaps need to rethink retirements and estate planning, among other things.
A new iPhone app aims to help shoppers avoid impulse buying by pointing out how much you could save for retirement instead.
An ingenious plan to apply unused gift cards to household bills instead of a trip to the mall might just be the best new tool in American consumers’ debt relief arsenal to come about in recent years.
Plenty of websites offer comprehensive survival kits for hurricane season, but you can do it yourself without spending too much.
It is time to ensure you win your fight for a comfortable retirement -- or, better yet, 'financial independence.'
The warm weather typically heralds the arrival of an increase in entertainment and vacation spending, so here are a few saving tips to keep in mind.