The price tag on raising a pet may seem intimidating, but fostering a dog can reduce costs and provide other benefits for potential pet owners.
Massive open online courses offer the chance to take classes at the world's best universities for free. But MOOCs do have a few catches.
This six smart moves will ensure that parents who are expecting a baby are ready financially for that new bundle of joy.
If you don't want your children to grow up spoiled, consider putting these eight items on your "will not buy" list.
In most marriages, one person manages the legal and money matters. But the one who doesn't must still stay in the know, or they risk becoming an out spouse.
The Congressional Budget Office revises downward its budget-deficit estimate and finds Obamacare will cost considerably less than expected.
The Social Security Administration has suspended a program in which thousands of people were having tax refunds seized to recoup decades-old overpayments.
Americans used more health services and spent more on prescription drugs last year, though greater use of cheaper generic drugs helped control spending, a report says.
Budget cuts and new responsibilities are straining the IRS's ability to police tax returns.
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Secret "price optimization" tools let insurance companies raise rates on customers who they think won't shop around.
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HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning after overseeing the botched rollout of President Obama's signature health care law, an official says.
The IRS says it takes an average of four hours for a U.S. taxpayer to fill out their tax return, but in some countries, tax filing takes only seconds.
Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages declined this week, edging closer to historically low levels as the spring home-buying season begins.
Analysis shows that a tiny group of doctors received $3 million or more apiece in Medicare payments -- a threshold that raises federal regulators' eyebrows.