Consumers took a breather and paid down credit cards in August, but allocated more of their budgets towards auto loan expenses
Retailers rely on social media to connect with customers, but a new survey sheds light on how digital interactions could impact consumer spending.
A new survey shows growing concern among consumers over just how secure travel loyalty programs are.
The Jobs Report indicated the unemployment rate dropped below 6% to 5.9%. Crossing that threshold could be a bellwether for positive auto sales on the horizon as consumers gain confidence.
Most Millennials are ditching credit cards because they're already saddled with debts, such as from student loans. But they're gravitating toward riskier debit cards and not building a credit history.
Adding to retirement challenges, a new survey reveals the growing concern among Americans who may also need to care for an aging parent, while saving for their own golden years.
Despite improving economic conditions, more consumers are flocking toward financial professionals.
Home prices continue to soften, despite pockets of strength in the labor market and an improving GDP.
A new survey sheds light on Millennials’ negative sentiment toward rental insurance.
Even though Millennials are still feeling the impacts of the 2008 recession, their role in the future of the housing market could prove to be indispensable.