The housing market's comeback has depleted supply, inflated prices and left many folks in the U.S. where they were immediately following the crisis: Renting out of necessity.
08/29/15 - 08:17 AM EDT
No, there aren't a whole lot of sports cars out there that can get 30+ miles per gallon, but there are a few sportier models going easy on fuel consumption.
08/29/15 - 08:57 AM EDT
Millennials were more cautious and frugal with their money after the recession, but reaction to a potential rise in interest rates shows the rest of us aren't much bolder.
08/21/15 - 08:25 AM EDT
You may not know what a 529 plan is, but its tax-free college savings will be more important to a student's continuing education than any backpack or laptop.
08/20/15 - 08:57 AM EDT
We're already seeing travel prices tumble as kids head back to school, but most of the best fall deals aren't going to keep until after Labor Day.
08/19/15 - 09:17 AM EDT
There's a lot to be gained from investing in private equity funds, but it takes a special kind of investor to do the homework and take the risk.
08/17/15 - 10:45 AM EDT
The crossover changed the SUV's gas-guzzling image and became the most popular car on the road, but it isn't always as efficient as drivers would like it to be.
08/17/15 - 08:25 AM EDT
Craft beer brewers have to debut pumpkin beers during the summer months to make sure they're gone by Halloween, but drinkers are slowly catching on.
08/29/15 - 09:03 AM EDT
If self-employed workers would rather contribute to their retirement than pay a huge tax bill, those who filed an extension can still seek shelter in IRAs and 401(k)s.
08/14/15 - 08:14 AM EDT
You won't get a discount for booking a hotel room, vacation rental or Olympic event a year an advance, but you may avoid getting the worst deals available.
08/14/15 - 01:48 PM EDT
Electric vehicles see their prices depreciate more quickly than those of their gas-powered counterparts, but their limited range and battery life pose a problem.
08/13/15 - 08:18 AM EDT
Economic recovery has U.S. cities charging again, but overconfidence is leaving cardholders with bills that will take more than a year to pay off.
08/12/15 - 01:05 PM EDT