Millions of Americans want to file taxes early to get their refunds. But don't rush too fast, especially with ACA changes adding a wrinkle to some returns.
If you're looking to put the finishing touches on your retirement plans, a study has a suggestion on timing and a report back on quality of life.
Paying back the $32,264 in student debt owed per household is not only an obligation, it's a must if you want to maintain good credit.
Medicaid just doesn't have the money to cover that many long-term care consumers. Something has to give, and it looks like that could be your house and bank account.
The list of potentially career-derailing 'on the job' etiquette mistakes is a long one, and the worst make a firm vulnerable to theft or lawsuits.
With bills from the holidays still rolling in, the last thing consumers need is an unexpected expense such as a hospital stay or a big car repair.
With bank rewards programs, customers increasingly feel they're getting less bang for their buck — and they want banks to do something about it.
January is a popular month for ending marriages. But don't go the divorce route without getting your financial life in order.
More cards are offering longer promotional interest rates, down to zero percent, for people willing to transfer debt. Some give up to 15 months.
For millennials, the path to financial stability is through good credit. Here's how to ensure they start off on the right foot.