Last month's government shutdown slowed home sales and has scared consumers into further saving.
Have you been bad on Facebook, Twitter or another social media site? Employers are taking notice.
Retailers get six days less this year to tempt holiday shoppers. They'll be pushing hard, so watch your credit.
After 24,000 hashtagged attack tweets, Chase acknowledged its online Q&A was a #badidea.
Used cars are selling at their lowest prices since 2009, Edmunds.com says.
The rate of young adults returning to the homestead has risen steadily since 1980, and these boomerangs can hurt.
There's been a 50% rise in mobile banking use over the past year, and that's affecting the structure of banking.
As if consumers don't have enough problems, winter and its bigger utility bills are around the corner.
Buyers don't want to wait too long to lock down a good property -- at least, according to one report.
The chance of ID theft rises when you send data with underprotected devices -- meaning when you shop.