With 2016 nearly over and the tax year almost behind us, it's time to start finding ways to whittle down what you owe.
Good saving habits and parental support are helping Millennials stifle student loan debt, but there are other options for paying it down.
You're spending enough money on holiday shopping without worrying about which SUV or crossover will take you home for the holidays.
With U.S. household debt piling up and wages just starting to rise, a return to saving just makes sense.
If you want to make tax moves by New Year's Day, it helps to at least have a plan by Cyber Monday.
You may want to retire in the house you're living in, but think about what it will be like to navigate it once you're older.
November presents some great deals during early Black Friday weekend and beyond, so don't feel the need to brave the crowds.
While frequent shoppers who pay their bills immediately can get a good deal, store credit cards punish the casual consumer.
As Thanksgiving sales wane and in-store sales slow, Black Friday shifts from doorbusters to yet another day of online shopping.
About four in 10 U.S. homeowners opened a home equity line of credit around the time of the housing crisis. They're about to learn some harsh lessons.
If you don't live in California, Hawaii or Massachusetts, insurance companies can use your credit history to gauge your auto insurance premiums.
Horror movies typically aren't blockbuster, but they're regularly bigger than their budgets. Slasher movies, in particular, have taken a huge cut of horror receipts.
Discontinued cars don't always find their way back into automakers' lineups, but some models get really popular on used car lots.
It takes a special and almost historic matchup for fans to pay the highest prices for a World Series ticket.
There are deals to be found on certain Black Friday items, but furniture, new video games and winter clothes aren't among them.