Ten percent of Americans tag their spouse or partner as a 'financial bully,' sometimes worthy of divorce.
A continued low interest rate policy from the Federal Reserve continues to drain bank profits, so much so that banks may decide to charge retail customers for their deposits.
Shopping online and aiming for free shipping are good ways to start saving on your holiday season shopping.
If the government can get its financial act together, expect good things for the housing market next year.
Bigger cash payouts on key holidays attracts a criminal element, and Cyber Monday is big enough for concern.
The increase in health care cost per employee could be 5.2% after this year's 2.1%, a survey says.
Having a job in a sluggish economy is a huge reason to give thanks, but what about the trimmings?
If there was one word that best describes top savers, it might be 'confidence,' a survey says.
Our guess for how much spare change we have? About $26. But Coinstar says the reality is about double that.
More people are giving up on suburbia in favor of city centers with jobs, shops, restaurants and culture.