The White House plan would put brokers under the stricter requirements for registered financial advisers when they handle clients' retirement accounts.
Winter is bringing damage to snow and cars for many homeowners. Here are ways to speed up getting your claims resolved.
U.S. home sales hit a snow drift in January, plunging to the slowest pace in nine months, hitting their lowest level since last April.
Paying off student loans is worthy of a celebration, but you'll want to be strategic about it. Here's why.
Gen Xers, lacking the financial insulation of their predecessors, must be better at avoiding common financial mistakes that can sabotage their future.
Frugality is spending your time, energy and money in a sensible way. Times may be tough, but these ten Depression-era tactics are taking things too far.
In a new setback for the health care law, the government says it made a tax-reporting error that's fouling up the filings of nearly a million Americans.
Consider the tax consequence when you sell some of the shares you own in a company. It's all about short- and long-term gains and losses.
If you make purchases with Bitcoins, you may face a tax accounting nightmare. And good luck estimating your quarterly payments if you're paid in Bitcoins.
Activation locks (also called kill switches) allows users to remotely deactivate their phones, effectively destroys their resale value if they are stolen.
For people who think drawing up a will seems morbid, changing preferences on Facebook may be less intimidating. It's simple, even if it is a little weird.
A one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom may soon burst through a $100 threshold like fireworks exploding over Cinderella Castle.
The rate of startups by older Americans has outpaced other age groups in the last few years, but are down from their peak six years ago as baby boomers age.
If you signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, and had a major life change or earned more than expected in 2014, you may owe money.
Whether you're prone to impulse purchases, analysis paralysis or just can't pass up a sale, use these 10 questions when to solve a spending decision.
Your lifetime earnings probably peak out by about age 35, and might even go downhill from there, according to a study by a regional Federal Reserve bank.
Any savings you might achieve by ditching phone or cable, are nearly certain to be undone as your bill for Internet access inexorably creeps up.
Housing starts fell last month as ground breaking for single-family homes slipped, but stayed at levels consistent with a slowly improving housing market.