Driving without a license or not buckling up won't cost you all that much, but the difference between careless and reckless driving could triple your rates.
Job growth rebounded last month and the unemployment rate dropped to a near 7-year low of 5.4 percent, signs of a pick-up in economic momentum.
Consumers increased their borrowing in March by the largest amount in nearly a year as borrowing on credit cards rebounded following two months of declines.
Couples with reverse mortgages face huge problems if only one name is on the title, and that person dies. It's the plight of the non-borrowing spouse.
When naming beneficiaries for your life insurance policy, you're likely to pick your spouse and children. But naming a trust instead can have benefits.
Buying a new home is a huge investment, and the decisions you make after the close can help make make sure you protect that investment.
Employers hired at the slowest pace in nearly 18 months in April, as a strong dollar dragged down overseas sales and energy companies cut back on spending.
Mother's Day isn't immune to the same demand that make Valentine's Day an overpriced hassle. You'd be well-served by steering clear of the traditional.
Most financial literacy operations are sponsored by businesses that never teach the caveats. FoolProof shows how financial education ought to work.
Deciphering off-putting lexicon can help average investors navigate their personal finances and even save some money in interest and other ubiquitous fees.
A government watchdog says the IRS issued $5.6 billion in potentially bogus education tax credits in a single year.
Permitting fiduciaries to accept payments from vendors will likely make the proposal ineffective. Consumers will lose, once again.
April 15 is history. Your taxes are paid, and your government is flush with your hard-earned cash. Now, wouldn't you like to know how they're spending it?
Tax-related identity theft is expected to get worse in coming years. So why are we still using Social Security numbers to identify taxpayers?
American Express will roll out a new loyalty program, Plenti, on Monday, allowing shoppers for to earn rewards points through a variety of purchases.
Rather than settling down in traditional assisted living facilities, some boomers turn to shared homes, pocket neighborhoods and co-housing communities.