Bouncing Back From Bankruptcy - Sooner Than You Think

Bouncing Back From Bankruptcy - Sooner Than You Think

Bouncing back from bankruptcy is easier than you may think -- if you follow these steps.

Is Your Child One of the Million Child-Identity-Theft Victims of 2017?

Is Your Child One of the Million Child-Identity-Theft Victims of 2017?

Identity thieves are not shy about targeting children for fraud. It's up to parents to take control, and keep their kids safe from cyber-criminals.

Five Signs of Financial Abuse in Marriage - What Women Need to Guard Against

Five Signs of Financial Abuse in Marriage - What Women Need to Guard Against

Women who suffer from financial abuse at the hands of their spouse need to stand up, and take action.

How to Wire Money Safely, Affordably and Quickly

How to Wire Money Safely, Affordably and Quickly

Learning how to wire money can lead to faster bank cash transmissions for both payers and payees. But beware the scams.

Seven Common Financial Regrets You Want to Avoid

Seven Common Financial Regrets You Want to Avoid

People who carry big financial regrets carry a big burden. It could be a burden they never completely see go away.

Fine Art of Obtaining a Zero Interest Credit Card

Fine Art of Obtaining a Zero Interest Credit Card

Getting a zero-interest credit card may be easier than you think - that is, if you push the right buttons.

PayPal Executive: We Aren't a Bank and We Have No Aspirations to Become a Bank

PayPal Executive: We Aren't a Bank and We Have No Aspirations to Become a Bank

A new program from PayPal is aimed at banking for the unbanked, helping them to become 'first class citizens' in a digital economy.

U.S. Economy Added 103,000 Jobs in March, Missing Projections

U.S. Economy Added 103,000 Jobs in March, Missing Projections

The U.S. economy added 103,000 jobs in March, below expectations, as analysts said the tighter labor market may be making skilled workers harder to come by.

U.S. Economy Seen Adding Jobs at 'Goldilocks' Pace For Stock Investors

U.S. Economy Seen Adding Jobs at 'Goldilocks' Pace For Stock Investors

The U.S. economy probably added 185,000 jobs in March while wage gains accelerated, a survey of economists showed, reinforcing the Federal Reserve's case for continuing to increase interest rates gradually to keep inflation from overheating while keeping unemployment low.

Video: You May Soon Have a Checking Account With Amazon

Video: You May Soon Have a Checking Account With Amazon

Attention Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup: Amazon is reportedly mulling a move into the consumer banking business.