Got a red car? Are you a longtime policy holder? Or a speed demon? None of these qualities have the effect you may think they do on your car insurance.
Some of the best things she learned in college didn't come from books or professors: Motivation, how to jump-start a career, budgeting and networking.
Lord Tywin and Bronn of "Game of Thrones" follow philosophies that will help you financially. On the other hand, Theon Greyjoy is a fool, and so was Robert...
Rock-solid, balanced wealth needs positive cash flow, investments, guaranteed income, liquidity, long-term care and your legacy. Let's look first at positive cash flow.
President Obama's health care program signed up more than 7 million people by month's end, he said Tuesday, notching a rare victory after a glitch-filled rollout of the law.
The cost of apartment rentals is going up faster than the rate of inflation. A real estate research firm says apartment rents have jumped 3.2 percent from a year ago.
Americans have largely shaken off the doom and gloom felt during last fall's government shutdown, results of the new Financial Optimism Index show.
Interest in getting health insurance and avoiding a federal tax penalty drove many Americans to sign up for mandated health coverage by Monday's midnight deadline.
Given the poor levels of financial literacy in America, making high schools teach it might sound like a fine idea. There's just one big risk. They may not be qualified.
Life insurance can be an important thing to have, especially if you have people counting on your paycheck. But some policies aren't worth the money.
When it comes to medical identity theft, more than your money is in danger: This type of fraud could cost you your life. And it hits millions of Americans every year.
The first yearly sign-up period for Obamacare closes Monday, with early returns suggesting the administration may meet its original projection of 7 million enrollees.
There's no good way to build a family budget until you start keeping track of spending down to the penny. Yes, it's tedious. Do it anyway.
Roughly 37 million Americans are saddled with $1 trillion in student debt, and they may never catch up with wealthy peers who began life after college free from the burden.