The wealthiest Super-Bowl-winning quarterback earned his fortune off the field, and you can learn from how Roger Staubach approached that business.
The Great Recession has stressed out many people, particularly lower-income people and millennials. What does this mean for America?
With autopay, bills can become out of sight, out of mind. Here's how to never miss a payment again.
Obama wants to make two years of community college free for all high school graduates -- with some restrictions. Let's look at the issues involved.
Almost everyone eligible for a 401(k) uses one to save for retirement, but a lot also take out loans or make early withdrawals. Where do you fit in?
There are several requirements your workspace must meet to be considered a legitimate home office. Here are tips on how to claim an home-office deduction.
Federal regulators are putting together the first-ever rules on payday loans aimed at helping cash-strapped borrowers avoid falling into a cycle of debt.
Do you have clothes, sporting goods, video games or other stuff just collecting dust? Here's how to sell, consign or be creative with them.
If you'd like to increase property values, try renaming your street something pleasant like Willowy Boulevard. It just may help -- and here's why.
The investor relations section of bank websites reveal where we aren't getting good deals. Here's how to get your money's worth on savings and credit cards.
Here are the five tax credits that the most Americans relied on to reduce their tax bills, with some tips on whether you can claim them as well.
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.
Seniors have a higher standard deduction, and a lower threshold on deducting medical expenses. And donations through your IRA may be a good idea, tax-wise.
Everybody makes mistakes, but when it comes to income taxes, those mistakes can result in extra time, stress and expense.
Not being able to rely on IRS help is a burden for many taxpayers. But with these alternative resources, you can get the tax help you need.
Donations made to charitable organizations can reduce your overall tax bill. But it's not as cut and dry as you might think. Here's what you need to know.
The Affordable Care Act will bring a new twist to tax-filing in 2015, a year in which much else will seem familiar when you're working on your return.
In this era of data breaches, how do you keep your investment accounts secure? What protections and recourse do you have if your accounts are compromised?
Build the trip you want, rather than the one the airlines want to sell you. It just takes a little creativity to use your air miles.
All employees should get W-2s from their employers. Here's how to understand all the numbers of those boxes to correctly file your taxes.
The Postal Service proposes slight increases for mailing postcards and international letters but wants to leave first-class stamps at 49 cents.