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.
There are legitimate ways to get student loan balances reduced or eliminated, but there are also scammers out to get money from you.
529 plans are often excellent ways to save for future college expenses, and they're even better if you do your homework to pick the best ones.
The H&R Block Budget Challenge is a free online game where students in grades 9-12 and their classes can win $3 million in prizes.
Groupe BPCE, one of France's largest banks, is teaming up with social network Twitter this week to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets.
A lot can be learned from how the big names of NASCAR manage their money. Here are strategies used by racers to help fans better budget their paychecks.
Banks have become notorious for nickel-and-diming customers with a raft of fees and charges that really add up. But you don't just have to take it silently.
If you'd like to get life insurance for less -- and who wouldn't? -- use these tips to improve the results of your health exam.
Many people aren't prepared to pay for the care of their aging parents, a new survey concludes.
By the time a Ponzi scheme is exposed, investors generally only recoup about 5 cents on the dollar of their money. Here's how to avoid that painful fate.
Retirees' nest eggs are a finite resource and taxes can take their toll. But if you're willing to leave the U.S. behind, the savings can be substantial.
Regardless how old you are now, it's likely you'll have a harder time pulling off a financially secure retirement than your parents did.
More women are making financial decisions for their families, a new survey shows. Here's important advice for female boomers, Gen Xers and millennials.
Will your retirement income last well into your golden years? Here are the money decisions you need to make to ensure you're ready for decades of security.
What is the investing strategy that generates the best returns? Even Warren Buffett agrees: Put your money in the market, and forget that it's there.