The Supreme Court decision on marriage equality could spark a $2.6 billion cash infusion in the coming few years. And these five states could benefit most.
The Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage gives a huge boost to the retirement security of LGBT Americans - especially in the realm of Social Security.
On a practical level, the Supreme Court ruling will dramatically simplify the financial lives of same-sex couples. Here's how.
When you're going through a divorce, it's far too easy to make mistakes that may cost you for years to come. Here's what you need to know.
Some relationships really do cost too much. These people share how they realized that they were spending too much cash.
Guests expect to pay $673 to attend a wedding this year -- $106 for the gift, the rest for travel, accommodations, clothing and all that other stuff.
A Beverly Hills entrepreneur lends money to help people pay the cost of a divorce in exchange for a percentage of any settlement.
Tax Day is an accounting nightmare for thousands of gay and lesbian couples as they wrestle with the uneven legal status of same-sex marriage in the U.S.
Websites allow brides to easily sell wedding dresses. How about $495 for a once-worn Vera Wang that cost $6,000? Here's what you need to know.
Make Valentine's Day your own thing. Don't let retailers get the best end of the deal –- or your wallet. After all, you can't buy love.
Money is wrapped up with emotions, such as fear, insecurity, envy and guilt. Resolving money issues can increase the trust and intimacy in a relationship.
When someone has your heart, you want to give them everything, including your hard-earned savings. Here are four signs you shouldn't.
One man recounts the moment he realized he and his wife were drowning in debt, and how digging themselves out transformed their finances -- and their lives.
The death of a spouse is traumatic -- personally and financially. Here are eight critical financial steps that to take after the death of your life partner.
Knowing the rules can help you make sure that you don't get snared by marriage penalties any more than is absolutely necessary.
Without college, millennial men are less likely to marry, leaving unstable family lives for the next generation.
Imagine if you took that amount of money you're urged to spend on an engagement ring and used it to build a life for yourselves, together.
A new study suggests that states which allow same-sex marriages gain a strong economic benefit through spending on the event, tourism and tax revenue.
Single people are likely to come out ahead financially and could even net an additional $4,000 a year compared to those in relationships, a survey shows.