Only 17% of Americans are contributing to an IRA this year, compared with 22% in 2012, despite decades financiers have spent promoting them.
The average cost of a new vehicle might cause a serious case of sticker shock for the vast majority of Americans.
The Internal Revenue Service considers tax preparation fraud a serious threat to taxpayers -- it made No. 3 on the agency's list of "Dirty Dozen" tax scams last year.
A study from Sallie Mae says only 41% of parents with kids in college take advantage of education tax credits or student loan interest deductions.
Nearly a quarter of survey respondents thought the Affordable Care Act and Obamacare were different things.
The answer involves everything from downsizing to job stability, divorce, the age of your children and retirement.
It turns out no employee, even those most motivated to learn, like those critical performance reviews.
A study says Americans are still down 14% in household income since 2006, even though the Fed has seen recovery in home values, investment portfolios and household debts.
Even your unemployment benefits are taxable, but there are also ways to keep more cash in your pockets this April.
The past few months have seen security breaches give consumers second thoughts about the safety of their debit and credit cards.