Auto buyers are getting a big break these days, as the average interest rate for a new car loan has fallen to 4.27% -- the lowest level in five years.
Author Noah St. John says if buying into a stigma about money can cost you more than you expect.
Double-digit gains in home values but single-digit gains in income clouds the picture for The National Association of Realtors' Lawrence Yun.
One problem: Workers need cash so much they're taking it from employers instead of a full match.
Retail credit cards are best when you pay off the complete balance every month. But you'd better do your due diligence even if you think you will.
Consumers may be getting fewer options on fees, interest rates and mortgages, but fewer banks also mean more government oversight.
Just when consumers need it most, the ability to save for emergencies is dwindling dangerously low.
People are in a giving mood in December, but that makes them vulnerable to con artists who prey on the charitable.
A university's studies show potential elite employees don't like firms vetting them on their social media habits.
A survey finds no improvement since 1976, but a rise in problems and a jump in shopper rage.