Last year's rise in long rates has stalled, and short rates never went anywhere to begin with.
Mortgage rates have been frozen within a narrow range so far in 2014, but would-be borrowers should watch several factors that could set them moving again.
Stocks recently rallied on news of economic weakness, but is the market putting too much faith in low borrowing costs?
Think you'll never able to retire? Well, maybe you shouldn't. Here are five reasons you may want to stay in the workforce indefinitely.
Retirement saving may stop when you leave the workforce, but the challenge of successfully managing your financial affairs continues.
The Ukrainian crisis could lead to slower growth and higher inflation -- a negative scenario for stocks, bonds and savings accounts.
Making a 529 educational-saving plan work requires an intense approach to both investments and funding.
Weakness in the U.S. economy is starting to hurt the value of the dollar, which may call for new risk-management measures in your portfolio.
Uttering these words can mean you're about to do something detrimental to your retirement.
The sinking dollar and rising stock market both stem from the same cause: falling interest rates.