When making big decisions, it's important to remember who the adults are in your family - because a new survey finds parents often don't.
Seniors are reluctant to put in the effort to select a new Medicare Part D plan each year, even to save money on their prescription drugs. Here's why.
Many parents are in the dark about financing college, a new study shows. You and your children need to learn the true cost of a college degree.
A million dollars in your retirement nest egg isn't what it used to be, but it sure beats having nothing at all.
HSH.com tells us how much you need to earn to afford a home in or near America's 27 biggest cities.
For those who haven't yet decided, or hyper-organized families who are already thinking about next year, we've got some excellent ideas for summer vacation.
The median U.S. family makes more than enough to meet expenses, yet they aren't saving any money. And it's not the little things that get in the way.
The recession taught many consumers how to stretch their food dollars, making it difficult for food producers and restaurants to raise prices on goods.
Estate planning and medical surrogate documents are essential for everyone, but they're particularly important for unmarried couples.
Deutsche Bank's Cheap Date Index adds up the cost of burgers, soda, movie tickets, beers, and cabs to tell you which global cities are best for cheapskates.
You might be more confident and satisfied with your finances if you share responsibility with your partner, a new survey of wealthy Americans concludes.
What is a mom's work worth? One survey says $62,895; another says $118,905. Or, $162.94 in gifts this weekend, according to American retailers.
The rise in the number of Americans out of work for long periods of time has helped push U.S. income inequality to a 50-year high.
Half of U.S. parents bribe their kids, a new survey finds. Allowing video games after homework seems unremarkable, but is paying for A's OK?
Disability insurance provides monthly income to those disabled by injury or sickness. It is a critical solution for when you're hit by an uninsured driver.
Rejections of requests at the store, allowances and family financial decisions all offer occasions that you can teach your children about money.
Digging yourself out of debt can be tough even in the best of times. But what happens if your significant other loses a good-paying job?
Some creativity and do-it-yourself spirit will let you plan a fun-filled kid's birthday celebration without spending big bucks.
Classic fairy tales carry all sorts of life lessons. Author Kathleen Grace says you can learn about money management from them, too.