The Budget Challenge successfully teaches financial literacy with real-world simulations and competitions with big prizes.
For a little effort now, financial resolutions can pay off -- and they're easier to achieve than resolutions to lose weight or quit smoking
The White House releases a draft of its plan to rate U.S. colleges and tie federal aid to performance as a way to coax institutions to pull up their socks.
Unsure which gift cards work for everyone on your list? Here's a look at the top 10 most-searched-for gift cards this year.
Workers really want a 401(k) at their job, a survey finds, but they don't devote much time on how to use it and want investment advice.
Apps can help you stay on the right path to your financial goals. Let's get your finances organized.
Specialty reports are one more way it seems that everyone is keeping tabs on you. They may hold the reason if you're denied insurance or an apartment.
Sign-up season for President Obama's health care law gets off to a stronger start, even as Americans remain skeptical about the new social program.
A new analysis of 35,000 401k plans can serve as a benchmark for the options and standards you should expect in your company's retirement plan.
Here's how you can cut back on expensive store-bought gifts and savor the true meaning of Christmas.
I'm tempted by mobile carriers that will buy out my contract and give me trade-in cash for my phone -- without a new contract.
A government audit found that the IRS paid billions in invalid Child Tax Credits to taxpayers. Find out whether you're really entitled to this credit.
Millennials are enthusiasts of health insurance plans which offer a low deductible but a high premium, according to a Bankrate.com report.
If your holiday traditions have become too ho-hum, and you're looking to indulge on something unusual, why not try one of these five decadent ideas?
It's easy to overspend if you don't factor in things like ornaments, gift wrap and gifts you buy for yourself.
DailyFinance contributor Erin Lowry guides us through her strategy for checking off your holiday shopping list -- and saving money -- while staying sane.
If you've ever had this thought when opening a holiday gift, you're not alone. Here are six of the strangest gift ideas, as told MainStreet.com.
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.