What the Fed Rate Hike Means For You

What the Fed Rate Hike Means For You

The Federal Reserve plans on raising the funds rate again. This is how it'll affect you.

To Easily Get Out of Credit Card Fees and Charges - Just Ask the Right Question

To Easily Get Out of Credit Card Fees and Charges - Just Ask the Right Question

A new study shows the best way to cut credit card fees - just pick up the phone and ask.

How Technology Is Disrupting Retirement Planning

How Technology Is Disrupting Retirement Planning

No, the robots won't take over your 401(k). But, along with you and your adviser, technology could boost your retirement savings.

How to Calculate Your Net Worth and Pin Down Your Financial Health

How to Calculate Your Net Worth and Pin Down Your Financial Health

Knowing how to calculate your net worth is the first step in getting a grip on your long-term financial plan.

Social Security: What You Don't Know About Your Biggest Retirement Benefit

Social Security: What You Don't Know About Your Biggest Retirement Benefit

Nearly half of Americans age 50 and over failed a 5-question true/false quiz on Social Security. Here's what you need to know to get an "A".

From Football to Finance: NFL Hall of Famer Mike Haynes Has Some Advice For You

From Football to Finance: NFL Hall of Famer Mike Haynes Has Some Advice For You

NFL Hall of Famer Mike Haynes is regarded as one of the best corner-backs of all-time. TheStreet talks with Haynes about his career, financial lessons learned along the way and his outlook for the NFL.

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.

How to Cash a Check and Get Direct Access to the Cash You Need

How to Cash a Check and Get Direct Access to the Cash You Need

Knowing how to cash a check at banks, credit unions or other check cashing outlets can give you the direct access to your cash you need.

Retirement Daily: How to Pay For Health Care Expenses In Retirement (LISTEN)

Retirement Daily: How to Pay For Health Care Expenses In Retirement (LISTEN)

A 65-year-old couple will need on average $280,000 to cover health care and medical expenses throughout retirement, according to Fidelity Investments' 16th annual retiree health care cost estimate. But do you really need that much?

Seven Questions to Ask an Auto Dealer Before Signing on the Bottom Line

Seven Questions to Ask an Auto Dealer Before Signing on the Bottom Line

Don't finalize any new vehicle purchases until you get these key questions answered by your auto dealer.