Fully 20 percent of U.S. adults become rich for parts of their lives, wielding extensive influence over America's economy and politics, a survey shows.
In just eight years, the amount of debt the average college graduate leaves school with has increased by almost $10,000.
Mom may have taught you it's not polite to talk about money, but when it comes to discussing finances with her and dad, the consequences of polite silence can be disastrous.
Curious to know where you fall on the work-life balance scale? LearnVest was, too, so they surveyed folks to find out how the average American's habits stack up.
Receiving an inheritance is great, but it's not as simple as just cashing the check. And the odds are good that a sudden inherited windfall is an issue you'll one day face.
The average cost of a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 is just $49.04. That's already quite a bargain, but here are some more ways to save on your feast.
If your ex-partner is determined not to pay child support or can't pay, there isn't much you can do. Still, there are some strategies that are worth employing.
There's no avoiding it: Having children is expensive. But with the help of your smartphone, you can cut your kid-related costs down considerably. Here are 6 apps that'll help.
If you're expecting, or already have children, here are some key trends to keep in mind when deciding what to do when it comes to looking after your kids.
When the whole family gathers for a holiday meal, the odds are, eventually, the subject of finances will come up -- and focused on the topics you least want to discuss.
We never saw Carol and Mike Brady talk about updating their insurance or paying for college. But in a modern blended family, its best to get those discussions started early.
Harley-Davidson is putting the Hog on a diet. That and more top money stories you need to know Tuesday.
Forget the inept do-nothing dad; the domestic dad is running the house now, and he's changing the way we shop, the ads we see, and the role models we're offered by the media.
Here's a quick rundown from the world of business and economics this morning: the things you need to know, and some you'll just want to know.
Meet a 32-year-old woman who went into five figures of debt paying bills for her parents -- and who now lies to them about her salary so she can stop bailing them out.
Our writer took his special needs son to Disney World last weekend to see how the new Disability Access Service works. The verdict: It's the worst of both worlds.