We're not ready for summer to be over, but September is just around the corner. It's time to think about the key money moves you ought to make in the fall.
Having trouble working your way out of debt? Follow this 11-step plan. Start by accepting your workload, push hard and yet be understanding.
What age should you claim Social Security benefits? Choosing the age you draw benefits is one of the most important financial decisions you'll ever make.
I paid for his honeymoon, supported his family when he struggled, and paid half of his wife's medical bills after her stroke. But eventually, I had to stop.
One of the most important subjects you'll ever study -- in the college classroom or in the school of hard knocks -- could be personal finance.
FICO's new change to its scoring model could help millions of Americans with unpaid medical bills in collections.
Honey Boo Boo's mother is outspoken about living within her means and saving for the future. Here are a few financial lessons she lives by.
If you can learn from your financial screw-ups, you can emerge stronger and better-prepared for a healthy relationship with money. Here's how.
My credit score dropped 30 points even though I was doing everything I was supposed to. But it's what I wasn't doing that hurt me.
To feel more optimistic about Social Security's funding, consider simple fixes, interest income, conservative wage projections and a realistic prognosis.
Having a conversation with your parents about long-term care is difficult but necessary. Here are suggestions to make having that talk a bit easier.
Telemarketing abuse was the fastest-growing category of consumer complaints in 2013, a nationwide survey finds. Health care problems are growing, too.
An ideal side hustle combines your skills and loves and other people's desires to pay. You can build websites, take photos and handle errands to earn cash.
Con artists are calling from the 876 area code, saying you need to pay taxes and fees to get your Jamaica lottery winnings. Don't believe a word. Hang up.
Monkey are fun to watch, but through their actions, they can also offer larger lessons about living a better, fuller and more financially rewarding life.
As a parent, you need to watch for signs of potential financial failure by your children. Consider these 10 warning signs from young and old kids.
Once the Trust Funds empty in 2033, Social Security will only be able to pay 77 percent of scheduled benefits, the annual Social Security report concludes.
Visa and MasterCard make billions by facilitating transactions. A suit over excessive interchange fees was settled, but some big players have backed out.
Consumers often incorrectly estimate their online data consumption, a new government report says, and therefore pay too much for a plan or in overage.
The military paycheck may be small, but the benefits of being a service member are large, and they continue after separation and into retirement.