You can avoid monthly fees and ATM charges by choosing the right bank. Three online banks offer fewer fees compared to some brick-and-mortar branches.
A gauge of U.S. consumer spending unexpectedly fell in December as demand fell almost across the board, but that is probably not the start of a weak trend.
That daily coffee, weekly mani-pedi, monthly bill for premium cable and other indulgences can add up very fast. Cut them out, and you save fast, too.
After an industry board reviewed a competitor's complaint, Procter & Gamble has agreed to stop some claims for the Swiffer Sweeper.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of homeowners seeking to back out of mortgages when lenders are accused of not following a federal truth in lending law.
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group has agreed to prevent the sale of up to 15 illegal or dangerous toys in the U.S., the CPSC says.
Which documents are safe to destroy, and which ones should you retain for your records?
For some groceries, toys, household goods, entertainment items and gadgets, regular prices are better at Amazon, Aldi, Costco and Best Buy than Walmart.
Apple Pay, available for just three months, is poised to take over the transaction volume of Google Wallet. Is PayPal next?
Mobile ordering of snacks, more interactivity, subscriptions and an improved experience may bring more Americans back to enjoy a night at the movies.
Average U.S. mortgage rates started the year by falling to new lows, with the benchmark 30-year rate marking its lowest level since May 2013.
Subaru is recalling about 199,000 cars and SUVs for a second time to fix rusty brake lines that can leak fluid and cause longer stopping distances.
Stocks rebound from five straight sessions of losses after strong private sector jobs data and minutes from the Fed's recent meeting reassure investors.
Petco removes all dog and cat treats made in China from its stores, after thousands of dogs across the country are sickened after eating jerky pet treats.
Only 80 percent of the 1,200 U.S. malls are considered healthy. Those with high vacancy rates face demolition or conversion to other uses.