Most Big Auto Insurers Are Just Taking Advantage of Your Low-Mileage Driving
Auto insurance companies seem to be taking low-risk drivers for granted, but consumers aren't standing for it.
How to Pick the Right Fitness Center for Your Wallet and Lifestyle
Summer’s nearly here, and it's past time to get serious about choosing the best gym to shed those winter pounds without lightening your wallet too much.
Why Bank Branches Are at Risk for Disappearing (but Will Never Go Away Entirely)
There's been a 40% decline in U.S. bank branches since 1991 and a projected continuing decline of 25% by 2018.
Why Your Spouse Should Be at the Center of Your Estate Planning
A spouse not only knows how to fulfill your wishes after you die, but can keep the peace among family members while finding some of their own.
When You Go to Buy a Starter Home, You Need to Think About More Than Just Yourself
Buying any home is an investment, and investments need customers.
3 Things to Do With That Retirement Account You Forgot About When You Left Your Job
Do you have a 401(k) from a previous job? Here's what to do with it.
Waiting Just a Few Years to Go To College Can Save You Tens of Thousands
Deferring the college experience might be the best way to save big bucks.
Moves To Protect Workers From Financial Loss But May Cost Some Thousands
In an effort to protect employees against discrimination based on disability, the EEOC published its proposed rule on the application of the ADA to employer wellness programs.
Why Hacking Is Taking Place Even Aboard Flights
Hacking is becoming more commonplace and your data is not safer 30,000 miles up. Watch your bank account while in the air.
Charter Cable To Buy Time Warner And Bright House, Consumers Fear Rate Hikes
Charter Cable announced on Tuesday plans to acquire Time warner for $55 billion, creating the second largest cable network in the country. Is this bad news for your wallet?