If you've been offering your child money in exchange for good behavior, you may be sending the wrong message.
Mutual fund performance is not always easy to gauge, and a report from S&P helps explain why.
Too many incoming college freshmen know little about balancing checkbooks, using credit cards and creating a budget, but parents can help address this.
A new MoneyRates.com study shows that while personal finance education can help people become financially proficient, this type of education is rarely administered -- especially to women.
Financial worries are a common source of nighttime anxiety, but these problems are best addressed in the light of day.
Refinancing your credit card or student loan debt can be a wise move -- unless one of these downsides sours the deal.
If your first full-time job has finally arrived, it's time to make these money moves before you get too comfortable.
There are numerous possible explanations for last week's market drop, but only some of them make real sense.
The abundant confusion surrounding retirement finances seems to reflect an unwillingness to plan.
New research indicates that while deposit rates remain low, there are still standout banks to be found.