Sending a child off to college this fall? These often-overlooked factors can make a huge difference in college costs.
Avoiding these frequent flubs when dealing with Medicare will save you money and a tangle of red tape.
The president's finances are much like ours, but with more digits. Obama's side hustle is doing well, but he's missing out with conservative investments.
Too many of you are just letting your cash sit around the house. Make it work for you in an online savings account or, better yet, a market investment.
The IRS says budget cuts forced the agency to reduce the number of tax audits last year to the lowest level in a decade.
Despite increased optimism about their financial situations, many Americans are still financially vulnerable to unforeseen emergencies.
Prosperity is a byproduct of living a life I enjoy. You have to look in the mirror, adjust your life and get ready for the future. It's worth it.
Winter is bringing damage to snow and cars for many homeowners. Here are ways to speed up getting your claims resolved.
Paying off student loans is worthy of a celebration, but you'll want to be strategic about it. Here's why.
Frugality is spending your time, energy and money in a sensible way. Times may be tough, but these ten Depression-era tactics are taking things too far.
Gen Xers, lacking the financial insulation of their predecessors, must be better at avoiding common financial mistakes that can sabotage their future.
For people who think drawing up a will seems morbid, changing preferences on Facebook may be less intimidating. It's simple, even if it is a little weird.
Activation locks (also called kill switches) allows users to remotely deactivate their phones, effectively destroys their resale value if they are stolen.
A one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom may soon burst through a $100 threshold like fireworks exploding over Cinderella Castle.
Whether you're prone to impulse purchases, analysis paralysis or just can't pass up a sale, use these 10 questions when to solve a spending decision.
Your lifetime earnings probably peak out by about age 35, and might even go downhill from there, according to a study by a regional Federal Reserve bank.
Any savings you might achieve by ditching phone or cable, are nearly certain to be undone as your bill for Internet access inexorably creeps up.