The holiday season is here! It's a time for giving but unless you monitor your spending and credit card activity, there are some costly blunders that can be made.
If you have children, college is one of the major expenses that lies ahead. Many families are saving as much as they can, but for some, it’s not enough.
Millennials could take a lesson from Baby Boomers when it comes to financial advisors and planning for the future.
10,000 Baby Boomers are turning 65 every day from now until 2030. The future costs of long-term care should be a top concern for soon-to-be retirees.
Millennials constitute the largest segment of new homeowners in the country.and they're impacting the housing market in a big way.
Almost 12 and half million people in America have borrowed between $10,000 and $25,000 for their college education.
If you’ve ever made a major purchase that required ongoing payments, then you’re familiar with the importance of your credit score, and how it can affect interest rates.
Research shows that 35 percent of people who are experiencing stress in their marriage say it's due to disagreements about money
As a new generation of graduates gets ready to enter the workplace new financial concerns take center stage.
Here are some tips to point you in the direction of smart personal finance decisions:
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