A 2007 survey of teens by Charles Schwab & Co. found less than half are able to budget their money effectively.
When it comes to getting around town, get more mileage out of your money.
Most financial experts say borrowing from your 401k should be a last resort. But what’s the catch?
Establishing an emergency savings plan is one of your most important financial moves.
Unsolicited credit card offers are more than just spending temptations. They are also potential opportunities for identity thieves.
At what point does a fun shopping habit become a debt-causing addiction? Are you a compulsive shopper?
It is nearly time to plan the family’s summer getaway. Don’t let a burden of debt displace your happy vacation memories.
The state of the economy offers mixed news for first-time homebuyers. However, on the bright side, real estate prices appear to be stabilizing.
Sports bars are great for hot wings, draft beer and watching the game with fans. But they are awesome for their high-def, giant television screens.
The U.S. Labor Department reports that companies are cutting hours for more workers due to the slowing economy. Learn how to stay afloat.
Food prices in the U.S. are rising at the same time as many families are struggling to make healthier choices. Eat smarter for less.
Bankruptcy is a legal process that can eliminate unsecured debt or establish a repayment plan for a portion or all of a consumer’s debts.
When someone says robbery, we typically imagine a thief wielding a gun. Credit thieves are non-violent, but can be equally effective at their game.
Whether for business or pleasure, lunch in Los Angeles doesn’t have to break the bank.
Ads from credit repair companies pop up everywhere. But can they be trusted?