If you want your infant to be truly fashion forward, J.Crew is here to help with its new line of baby clothes. But will moms really dress babies in expensive cashmere?
As more women become primary and sole breadwinners, more dads must adjust to their new roles at home -- and learn to manage a household budget.
Are you a lottery player, imagining that if someone has to win, why not you? Well, if you buy 5 tickets a week, that's $520 a year, likely wasted. Or, you could do this ...
It may be tough to think about money when you've just spent a small fortune on your wedding, but newlyweds would be wise to get into these good financial habits early.
A UCLA researcher has used Americans' own words against them to show how increasing wealth has made us more individualistic over time.
Some schools sending graduates out into the world with huge debts are campuses that aren't the bold-faced names that top the typical best colleges lists.
Making a budget is easy, but sticking to it is a lot tougher. Here are some clever tricks for forcing yourself to control your spending.
During the past six years, consumers have paid down their outstanding balances on most forms of debt, but student loan balances have continued to increase.
The recession caused many 20-somethings to return home after graduating college, but how long they should stay varies depending on whom you ask.
In what may be the strongest sign yet of the economic recovery, a study finds that the average price per tooth paid by the Tooth Fairy has risen 42% in the last two years.
Warren Buffett is producing and starring in "Secret Millionaires Club," an animated web program that teaches children financial lessons. Great idea -- but weird...
Despite all the grumbling about tuition increases and student loan costs, other college expenses also are going up.
The dead can't vote -- but they can donate to political campaigns. And a pending case could free them from the limits faced by the living on their contributions.
Penny Wrenn is 36, single and childless, but despite being relatively free of obligations, her financial life is in shambles -- and she's lying to her parents about it.
If you're shopping for extra-long sheets and other dorm must-haves, it's time to have some serious money talks with your soon-to-be undergrad. Topic one: Who pays for what?
People in their 30s often face the dual challenges of balancing their old debts against their new family obligations. But getting student debt under control is possible.
Thanks to the sequester, federal workers are looking at furloughs that will cut their take-home pay significantly. And when income drops, spending has to follow.
Lots of people got caught up in the 1990s Beanie Babies craze, but one family actually sunk $100,000 into them, hoping to fund three college educations with the 'investment.'
If you trusted your son or daughter to keep track of their finances, and they slipped up, what in the world are you supposed to do?
How rich is rich? Depends on who you ask. But if you ask some investors, they'll tell you you're not really rich until you have $5 million--with a lot of it in cash.