A year punctuated by two governmental budget showdowns brought no progress to deposit rates. Will 2014 be just as tough?
Some unexpectedly good news has the potential to change the economic narrative for 2013 -- or at least for 2014.
Given the recent strength of the market, it might be wise to sell some stocks as the end of the year approaches. Learn what to keep in mind when doing this.
It's only two months till Christmas and you still haven't started saving yet? Time to kick things into high gear with these five debt-defying strategies.
Even a very low rate of inflation gives savers little reason to cheer, because savings account rates remain even lower.
Financial scams are common today, and older people can be especially vulnerable to them. Here are five things you can do to protect your loved ones.
Both gold and oil prices have taken a step back recently, but a look at their recent history should spark concerns in investors.
Many retirees qualify for a one-time payment of up to six months of retroactive Social Security payments, but this move isn't without its downsides.
Tax deadlines and holiday shopping make the end of the year a natural time for some financial maintenance.
Looking for a second career that won't leave you with an entry-level income? These fields may be worth a look.