Higher credit limits mean more options and flexibility and lower interest rates on big purchases. Here's how to get there.
Parents may be busy buying their kids supplies and clothing, but there are even more important things to think about as the school year starts.
Many investors were lulled into a false sense of security by market
Salary increase budgets will likely remain close to the 3% mark until market forces require employers to raise wages more aggressively, experts say.
The right card -- one with good introductory offers, cash back on purchases and low fees -- can take some of the sting out of school expenses.
You can get your home insurance claims processed up to 100% with a home inventory, industry officials say.
Shoppers with subsidies buy 'silver' and those without buy 'bronze,' a study says. The subsidies seemed to add $75 per month in buying power.
Should banks beware? The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is asking Congress and the White House for a stronger say on overdraft fees.
Attending in-state colleges and universities were also on the upswing, and living close to home was cited as another big cost-cutting factor.
Only 8% of grandparents would start a talk about money, but 85% of grandchildren are ready to listen, a survey finds.