Buying a home is a rite of passage in America, one that 90% of us will make at some point in our lives, according to estimates from Freddie Mac.
If you're a renter, you've probably heard you're throwing away money each month.
Until policies or regulations change, the only one who can protect you from the dreaded overdraft fee is you.
The problem with trying to save money at bars is the more you drink, the less you care about how much you’re spending.
The idea of owning a second home and renting it out for profit might seem appealing, even if you aren't part of the one percent.
The stress of planning a family vacation this year is being felt by 89% of Americans, according to a recent study from Mastercard.
If you're hoping for a drama-free house share this summer, personal finance expert Lauren Lyons Cole has some tips.
Vacations are great, but they don't always leave us feeling as refreshed as we had hoped. Fortunately, there's an easy solution to this: summer camps for grown-ups.
Medical bills are increasingly causing severe financial stress and they are surpassing both credit card debt and unpaid mortgages as the leading cause of bankruptcy filings.
Today's retirement accounts are not the same as they used to be -- not even close -- but TheStreet's Lauren Lyons Cole shows you how to get by.