'Financial infidelity' has an effect on three-quarters of relationships, but we can't stop the lies.
Sure, they no longer need a job to have health care, but most Americans planning to look for a new work this year cite 'job dissatisfaction.'
Two years ago there were 1.2 million reports of tax-based identity theft, but we shot well past that just in the first half of 2013. So you'd better look out this year.
A 'lifestyle investing' approach demands attention and modification as your life's milestones come and go.
Sales of new single-family homes skyrocketed by 35% from December to January, and new home mortgage applications were up 27% on a month-to-month basis.
Auto shoppers can expect to see lower prices on used vehicles throughout the year, but there are ripple effects.
Nobody should tie matrimonial knots until they have worked out their financial arrangement. The last thing any spouse wants after rings are on fingers is a surprise that adds debt and anxiety to a new marriage.
A scientist spent 36 months talking to 800 older U.S. couples for their wisdom on how to stay together happy.
Mortgage rates are falling fast again, and would-be buyers have to start thinking: Can I afford to wait six months to buy a home with interest rates this low?
It now takes laid-off workers who earned $100,000 annually up to two years to land a job paying the same.