Unable to Find 'Extra Money,' Americans Have Sparse Savings
Why the Buy-and-Hold Strategy No Longer Works for Some Retirement Investors
Most Christian Women Support Health Insurance Coverage of Contraception
How to Get the Lowest Mortgage Rates Without a Large Down Payment
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How the Housing Market Is Changing to Meet Millennials Where They're At
Tips for Expense Tracking & Establishing an Effective Budget
Budgeting can be boring difficult to stick to, but establishing one is the basic foundation of personal finance.
These Simple Mistakes Can Bump Up Your College Costs by Thousands
As tuition costs continue to skyrocket, families can no longer afford to make mistakes — starting with not saving at all.
Some of Those Low-Interest Home Equity Loans Are About to Double or Triple
Conversion from interest-only payments to principal and interest could pose problems for borrowers, particularly when household budgets remain tight and income gains have been hard to come by.
How to Set Up a Trust Without Costing Your Children a Cent
Trusts aren't just for the rich. In fact, they may be even more useful to some of the less financially literate investors out there.
You’ll Never Guess Who’s Paying the Lowest Property Taxes in U.S.
Your income can go a lot further in places many homebuyers overlook.
How to Feast on Traveling Cooking Classes Without Being Wealthy
It's a given that the cooking classes aboard the soon-to-launch Regent Seven Seas Cruises will be impressive, but don't mistake expense for culinary quality.
FoolProof Recipe for Teaching Financial Literacy Embraces Skepticism, Shuns Business Input
Chances are the financial literacy operations you've come across are sponsored by businesses that never teach the caveats. FoolProof's program is an example of how financial education ought to work.
Corinthian 100 and State Attorneys General Go to the Mat Over For-Profit College Loans
State regulators press ED's buttons as they advocate for slammed Corinthian students
Study Hard and You'll Become Financially Literate? Not So Fast
Investors are swamped with offerings from businesses that sponsor financial literacy websites and lectures, but is the public actually learning anything?
Here's How College Grads Can Build the Best Career Search Toolkit
College grads on their first job search should bring everything they have to the table.