A New Hampshire man is the winner of a $2.1 million Megabucks lottery jackpot even though the lucky ticket wasn't the one he intended to buy.
With the high cost of weddings and the continued down economy, more and more couples are setting up honeymoon funds to harness the internet's crowd-funding potential.
Fresh data from ratings tracker Nielsen shows an alarming drop in television viewership. ABC, Fox, CBS and NBC have combined for a 9 percent drop in viewers in the coveted 18-to-49 age bracket since the fall season began. Media executives are worried, and rightfully so.
According to a nationwide study, 57% of respondents own life insurance, but only 28% feel extremely confident in their understanding of life insurance. Today, Alden Wicker shares a very personal story from her childhood, which drove home to her just how important it is for parents to have life insurance.
Americans are obsessed with get-healthy-quick schemes. Too bad most of these fads aren't worth their weight in salt -- or your hard-earned dollars. Here's Business Insider's list of some of worst so-called health trends that are wasting your money today.
A wealthy Missouri man posing as "Secret Santa" stunned New Yorkers, handing $100 bills to many in Staten Island who had lost everything to Superstorm Sandy. The Kansas City businessman is giving away $100,000 this holiday season.
For the winners of the $500 million Powerball jackpot, past winners of mega-lottery drawings have some sound financial advice: Stick to a budget, invest wisely, learn to say no and be prepared to lose friends while riding an emotional roller-coaster of joy, anxiety, guilt and distrust.
There's nothing quite like America's obsession with celebrities -- unless, of course, you consider our obsession with celebrity failures. After all, the shine of a rising star is always eclipsed by the blazing fire caused by a big bank account going up in smoke.
When it comes to money, there's really no such thing as normal. What we can tell you, though, is what other people are doing, so you can gauge "normal" for yourself.
Changing your name might not be first on the list of things to think about when you're planning a wedding. But it's important to get all the details of a name change right, or it can cost you a lot of money down the line.
Most of the time, the goal of a good Halloween costume is to get maximum effect for minimum cost. But if you're interested in going for a big splurge this year and are looking for a little inspiration, we humbly offer a peek at the most expensive costumes in history.
Blame the government or blame the economy, but Americans should also blame themselves for their declining net worth. We waste over half a trillion dollars each year -- and that's just for areas with available data. And what do we waste that money on? Read on ...
It's hard to say exactly what makes one area more expensive than another but when it all comes down to it, it's cheaper down south.Southern metros ruled the Community of Economic Research's top 10 list of cheapest cities this quarter, with Harlingen, Texas being the cheapest of them all.
Experts discuss the benefits of owning a humidifier.