On a bank risk managers' list of worries about the economy, the income gap is just one item — but it's the biggest.
Americans seem to have a problem figuring out what is included in their credit scores and what is not — in particular about payments.
As the income gap widens, finance experts say it's increasingly important for the average consumer to understand how their finances work.
Housing is especially volatile, with mortgage rates down, mortgage applications up and — after a long period of dormancy — foreclosure activity on the rise.
It's only Halloween season but retailers — and millions of shoppers — are looking forward to Black Friday and holiday shopping.
You don't have to wait to get a big discount on a new smartphone. They're available now if you know where to look.
There's a way to fix women's retirement problem: Having only an average $78,000 in company retirement accounts versus $121,000 for men.
Adults tend to spend big to make sure the festivities are high-quality and memorable, but they don't have to spend quite so big.
You'd think Americans would be using their vacation days eagerly. But one survey shows 40% of workers will be blowing off their paid time away.
Long-term care is the expense people feel least prepared to cover, while retirement is the most frequently cited financial priority.