Top 7 Facebook Scams to Watch Out for in 2018

Top 7 Facebook Scams to Watch Out for in 2018

Facebook is a huge social media favorite, and for good reason, as it brings families and friends together in digital fashion. Enjoy the experience, but watch out for scammers lurking on Facebook, too.

How to Buy a Car in 10 Steps With Tips For 2018

How to Buy a Car in 10 Steps With Tips For 2018

Buying a car is about preparation and insider knowledge. Fortunately, both are easy to achieve

How Much Do YouTubers Make? Revenue Streams and Top Performers

How Much Do YouTubers Make? Revenue Streams and Top Performers

There's big money in the YouTube video market, but it's not so easy to crack the cash code online.

What Is the Prime Rate? Definition, History and Rate in 2018

What Is the Prime Rate? Definition, History and Rate in 2018

The prime rate is the lowest rate at which money can be borrowed from commercial banks by non-banks. It typically tracks with the federal funds rate and is generally about 3% higher than the Federal Reserve's rate.

What Is the FICA Tax and Why Does It Exist?

What Is the FICA Tax and Why Does It Exist?

FICA taxes aren't new, but they sure do chew up a worker's paycheck amount. Here's why that's actually a good thing.

Average College Tuition: Increases and State-by-State Differences

Average College Tuition: Increases and State-by-State Differences

College tuition keeps rising in the U.S., and students at private universities may be paying close to $35,000 for tuition. Here are the details on the average college tuition.

How to Make a Budget: 7 Easy Steps to Use Now

How to Make a Budget: 7 Easy Steps to Use Now

Building a household budget in 2018 is one part diligence, one part creativity, and one part discipline.

What Was Black Monday and What Has Changed Since Then?

What Was Black Monday and What Has Changed Since Then?

Black Monday of 1987 was both a shock to the system and a lesson learned for Wall Street - and for American investors

The Stock Market Crash of 1929: What Was It and Why Did It Happen?

The Stock Market Crash of 1929: What Was It and Why Did It Happen?

The stock market crash of 1929, and resulting Great Depression, still matter today. No doubt, the lessons learned from the market collapse almost a century ago still resonate today.

13 Money-Saving Apps That Put More Into Your Wallet

13 Money-Saving Apps That Put More Into Your Wallet

These money-saving apps can get you on the road to financial fitness - one dollar at a time.