A holiday bonus is still an opportunity to reduce debt, pad savings and otherwise do the right financial thing. Alternatively, you could do the wrong thing.
Estate planning is important for everyone, and those who consider it unnecessary need to know that it can have a big impact on their family and finances.
Spend Black Friday making a list of thoughtful gifts - instead of grabbing discounted items your friends probably don't want. Here's how.
A reader has been advised to file bankruptcy but doesn't feel right about avoiding her debts. Should she feel guilty about filing bankruptcy? Would you?
Some banks are charging 50 cents and up for each deposit. But you can dodge those annoying fees. Here's how.
Most people already signed up for Medicare Part B won't see a hike in premiums - as many had feared. Here's what you can expect in 2016.
Three letters may spell trouble for you in the coming shopping season: CNP, which stands for Card Not Present. And experts warn it's about to explode.
Giving Tuesday offers Americans a chance to do well by doing good, and that's much closer to the spirit and meaning of Christmas and the holidays.
The average monthly wireless bill has fallen nearly 7 percent since 2008, but one cost that consumers seemingly can't escape keeps rising.
You've probably been seeing headlines about yet another financial crash on the horizon. Learn how to protect your finances today.
Some debt is necessary to build the kind of financial life that we want to have. One of the best ways is to have one or more credit cards.
Studies show that women haven't saved as much as men for retirement. Learn how female workers can overcome the wage gap.
As long as you know where to look, you can buy what's in your shopping cart without doing too much damage to your bank account.
Once vilified as deceptive loans, reverse mortgages are staging a comeback. Reverse mortgages are becoming more popular as more baby boomers retire.
Marriage requires compromise, especially when it comes to spending money. What better way to get your marriage off to the right start than with a budget?