When you get your first grown-up job, you can set yourself up to become a self-made millionaire -- or you can descend into a spiral of lifestyle inflation.
To get rich and stay rich, you need the right mind-set and habits. Learn from these six examples of how not to let money control you.
At this late date, chances are all the holiday-travel deals are gone, but there are strategies you can use to save money and still get to your destination.
Retirement planning shouldn't be about a pile of cash, Robert Kiyosaki says. Instead, think of cash-flowing assets.
College students can earn cash by thinking creatively. How about reselling toys? Monitoring movie premieres? Selling plasma? Busking? Or posing nude?
It's enrollment season for health insurance and a good time consider the Flexible Spending Account and the Health Savings Account. Is either right for you?
Facebook plans a business social networking and collaboration service to rival LinkedIn, Microsoft, Google, and Salesforce.com, according to a report.
Nicki Minaj may be used to exposing her personal assets, but one she didn't expect recently got published, causing her some big credit problems.
We thought we were doing everything right by paying off our debt before saving for retirement. But then we thought again.
Black Friday deals are all over the place, but not everything promoted as a deal truly is. Say, what about those toys for the kids and tools for dad?
Once you have kids, you'll find that a lot of tax incentives are aimed at you. Find out which ones you should pay the most attention to.
Too many people have skewed allocations in their retirement accounts, which could cause big problems, a new study concludes. Here's how to invest.
The Affordable Care Act's penalties for going without health insurance will double or triple in 2015. Here's what that'll cost you in dollars and cents.
Turning 18 is a big milestone for a child, but it should also be the trigger some financial and legal decisions for families.
The victims -- often elderly, with limited income and living alone -- were bilked out of nearly $23 million in fees for "free" medical alert units.
More Americans are tapping their home equity again, Freddie Mac finds, but the amount they're taking is still modest -- for now.
The zero-percent car loan is less than half as common as it was four years ago, but U.S. consumers who find such deals can expect to save big.
Part-time workers who can't find full-time jobs cite all sorts of consequences, from depression to downgrading their lives.
It's time to stock up on the ramen noodles. The average cost of attending college crept up again in 2014, the College Board says.