Millennials are working out their financial planning ideas -- and they're consulting their parents first. Here's why.
According to a survey, parents are the only steady source of financial advice most young, working Americans have ... if they have one at all.
For travelers who haven't been wiped out by holiday trips, vacation spots from Mexico to Montreal await at minimal cost.
Your online bank accounts and investments require constant updating and a place in your will, but all your photos and profiles should be addressed too.
Whether it's a poorly executed product or just one released before its time, a gadget from CES isn't always destined to live up to its hype.
Getting a new luxury car for less than $40,000 is difficult, but increasingly desperate automakers are at least making it possible.
Yes, you can get a great deal on an air conditioner in January, but the prices of televisions, sofas and even your groceries aren't too shabby either.
New Year's resolutions are often hollow promises, mostly because keeping promises to lose weight and quit smoking gets costly.
Folks in the U.S. have been playing it safe and frugal with their finances since the recession, but now the world shares their fear.
One simple report can show how denied, unfiled or even a previous homeowner's claims can affect what you pay for home and car insurance.