Three letters may spell trouble for you in the coming shopping season: CNP, which stands for Card Not Present. And experts warn it's about to explode.
You've probably been seeing headlines about yet another financial crash on the horizon. Learn how to protect your finances today.
The average monthly wireless bill has fallen nearly 7 percent since 2008, but one cost that consumers seemingly can't escape keeps rising.
Some debt is necessary to build the kind of financial life that we want to have. One of the best ways is to have one or more credit cards.
As long as you know where to look, you can buy what's in your shopping cart without doing too much damage to your bank account.
Parents are likely to overspend during the holiday season, but they don't have to. And some drastic measures won't bring much Christmas cheer.
Why many young Americans are dumping big banks and moving their money to smaller banks and credit unions.
Companies such as BillCutterz and BillFixers offer to negotiate lower monthly bills for you. Here's a look at the pros and cons.
There are four common dilemmas that couples often face when the digits on their paychecks don't align.
Late payments happen. But for these major bills, you need to get them paid on time - or face the consequences.
Among the chief arguments for buying long-term care insurance early is that you could, at any time, develop an illness that would disqualify you.
You'll need more time than you think to get your financial house in order by the end of the year - and the clock is ticking.
Retail store credit cards are often very alluring with lucrative discounts on purchases, but the hidden costs can outweigh the concessions.
Financial meltdowns don't just provide great buying opportunities - they can actually be economically beneficial in the long term.
The federal government's budget agreement allows for modest increases in the short run. Long term, well, that's another problem.
Here;s a look at where Clinton stands on key issues and how those positions could affect the U.S. economy and your wallet if she is elected president.
Consumers can easily boost their credit scores by avoiding some of the fallacies surrounding the convoluted manner in which credit scores are tabulated.