To make the most of your money this year in order to get ahead financially in 2016, now is the time to get serious. Here are 10 things you should do.
With careful planning, it's possible for most people to invest in such a way that - at least - they will be somewhat financially secure upon retirement.
U.S. home prices rose at a solid pace in July, as would-be buyers competed for a diminished supply of available housing.
Anyone thinking 2016 could be the year for that big jump in pay likely should temper any excitement. But now is the time to negotiate.
Not everyone likes to leave the details of their home to someone else and chooses instead to build a new home. Sound like you? Here's what you need to know.
A baby can set you back $13,000 - just in year one. So we went straight to the source - moms and dads - for their smartest newborn money moves.
If regulators enact new rules requiring brokers to keep clients' interests foremost, it could save retirement investors a pile of money.
Roth or regular? While both have their place in your retirement planning, here's why you should say 'yes' to a Roth.
Most employers are passing along at least some of the premium hikes. But you may see more generous incentives if you participate in wellness programs.
When you are in debt, it can be very overwhelming. But you don't have to give up the simple pleasures of life to reduce the amount you owe.
To tap or not to tap? A certified financial planner looks at common scenarios when you might want to dip into an emergency fund - and how to do it.
Some people are eligible for extra savings on health insurance deductibles and other out-of-pocket costs.
Adjustable rate mortgages are back, but whether they are a help or hindrance for mortgage consumers is up for debate. Are they right for you?
The Obama administration says it's getting harder to sign up those remaining uninsured under the president's health care law.
A survey finds Americans know they need end-of-life plans, but few feel they're doing a good job of it. Can you guess the culprit?
Credit card interest rates have largely been in a holding pattern for the past few years, but that's not going to last much longer.
High deductible health insurance plans are becoming commonplace as more employers are shifting health insurance costs to their workers.
The growth in Hispanic-owned businesses in the U.S. is outstripping that of companies in general, according to a study released Monday.
U.S. home resales fell more than expected in August, a cautionary sign for the U.S. housing market which has recently looked on stronger footing.