The middle class has declined from 53% in 2008 to 44%, and one study says we're getting more 'comfortable' with the descent.
After paying down debt and investing in retirement funds, it's okay to make a smart purchase for your own long-term benefit.
Home sellers are happy enough, but only 41% of middle-class families with two incomes can afford to buy in 40 major U.S. cities.
Despite all their stress and anxiety, only a quarter of U.S. workers say they take full advantage of vacation opportunities.
The economy might be inching toward firmer ground, but there are still plenty of Americans going bankrupt -- mainly from debt litigation.
Up to $1,000 for each qualifying child just by noting the deduction? It's must for parents.
Some consumers may still have coverage options, especially if their online registration got started before March 31.
Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen says her eyes are on helping Main Street, not Wall Street, but that means bad continued returns for bank savers.
A report says 34% of Americans are using $1,000 worth of their tax refunds to fix winter-related vehicle damage. Here's how to make that money last down the road.
Adjust your withholding and you, not the government, gets to use your money. But what if you get a refund anyway?