States that have legalized marijuana use have become popular retirement destinations for America's seniors.
American students spend about 1,000 hours in school each year, and yet very few, if any, of those hours are dedicated to learning about personal finance.
Investors looking to add some global sizzle to their portfolios are turning to mutual funds to gain international exposure. Should you follow their lead?
When I found out I had an 850 credit score, I wanted to figure out what the heck I did right. Here's what I discovered:
Two kids, five countries, $100,000 in loans. That's what the last two years have been like for the Thomases, who've learned many lessons as global nomads.
New single-family home sales fell in June to their lowest level in seven months and May's sales were revised sharply lower.
Anthem said Friday it would buy Cigna in a deal valued at $54.2 billion, creating the largest U.S. health insurer by membership.
The 'alternate payment method fee' is just one of several wily add-ons card-card issuers are charging consumers. Here's how to avoid them.
Your adult children shouldn't rely on you indefinitely for financial support. Here's how to wean them off your assistance without conflict.
Congress should also make sure highway taxes are used for the roads, not to finance politicians' pet projects and line union pockets.
Dishonest financial advisers cost their clients over $17 billion a year. Here's one economist's plan for putting that money back in your pocket.
For many, the prospect of at least part-time work in retirement is a very real possibility. However, it may be dangerous to count on those paychecks.
Have a hard time letting go of stuff you own? Renting storage space may be necessary, but many spend thousands to keep stuff they don't really care about.
From medical bills to travel expenses, here's a rundown of which purchases should be put on your credit card - and which should be left off plastic.