The U.S. started 2011 with the highest gas prices ever for January. That doesn't bode well for the coming months, but the sky isn't falling. Here's what you can do about those higher fuel costs, including how to make investments that will profit from them.
Here are five relatively painless steps you can take this month that could benefit you in a big way come tax time in April. So take a break from all the holiday hoopla and focus on maximizing your tax position for 2010.
On a recent Today Show Money 911 segment, a caller said she'd filed for bankruptcy -- but that didn't free her from her student loans. She then asked how bankruptcy would affect her ability to get more student loans. Clearly, she isn't learning the right lesson from Chapter 11.
Personal finance expert Jean Chatzky has reached the last post in this series, aimed at those of you who are age 60 and over -- or interested in a little advance planning. Here are your tips for making that nest egg last as long as you do.