Average U.S. rates for fixed mortgages eased slightly this week, remaining near historically low levels.
Whether the Fed begins tapering its stimulus in December, January, or March is not that big of a deal anymore -- and here's why.
Bank fees and other related costs of the holiday shopping craze can sneak up to cause unexpected damage to your personal finances, but they are often easily avoided.
Why spend $2.50 on a latte when you can buy the the KRUPS EA9000 Barista Full Automatic One Touch Cappuccino Machine and make it yourself? (Yes, they're serious.)
Some of the world's biggest banks have been hit with a $2.3 billion fine for interest rate-rigging by traders, by the European Commission.
As a new Fed chief gets ready to take charge, more Fed watchers believe the key theme to emphasize for 2014 is low interest rates for longer.
Recent predictions say the average millennial won't retire until 73, but a few brave men and women are already plotting early retirements decades ahead of their peers.
Receiving an inheritance is great, but it's not as simple as just cashing the check. And the odds are good that a sudden inherited windfall is an issue you'll one day face.
Money is always tight when you're in school, but with these must-have apps for college kids on a budget, you can turn your smartphone or tablet into a savings magnet.
The wages weren't great, but the lessons we learned from our first jobs are still paying dividends.
Here's what you should know before applying for a store credit card.
The Senate Banking Committee has approved Janet Yellen's nomination to become the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve, sending it to the full Senate for a final vote.