It's easy to overspend if you don't factor in things like ornaments, gift wrap and gifts you buy for yourself.
Single people are likely to come out ahead financially and could even net an additional $4,000 a year compared to those in relationships, a survey shows.
Health Savings Accounts have been growing rapidly both in the private markets and on the new public exchanges, but are they right for you?
A 20-foot fall turned Daniel Mollino's life and finances upside-down. But savings, commitment and a plan allowed him and his wife to live a normal life.
To get the right amount of life insurance at a decent price, you need to know how your interests and your agent's aren't aligned. Here are nine key issues.
The good news for Thanksgiving travelers: the price of gas is at five-year lows. The bad news: a lot more people will be on the road.
Nearly 5 million Graco strollers are being recalled after at least six reports of children's fingers getting cut off in the hinges, the government says.
Investors who are ready to retire should start considering when they should begin claiming their Social Security. Here's what you need to know.
To get rich and stay rich, you need the right mind-set and habits. Learn from these six examples of how not to let money control you.
Once you have kids, you'll find that a lot of tax incentives are aimed at you. Find out which ones you should pay the most attention to.
It's time to stock up on the ramen noodles. The average cost of attending college crept up again in 2014, the College Board says.
Parents of children with disabilities face incredible obstacles at every step in handling education, health care, housing and family finances.
One in 5 middle-class Americans say they would rather die early than run out of money during retirement, according to a retirement survey by Wells Fargo.
These five stores offered the best prices on the most popular items during the Black Friday week time frame in 2013. Will they do as well this year?
Discounts on homeowners insurance are there for the taking. But agents will rarely tell you, so you must know to ask.
It's hard for us to discuss money in general, but you have to be especially careful when you're telling your kids about your financial struggles.
To get everyone on board with the family budget, accommodate, track, meet, listen and share. Those five steps are easier than you think.