The sting of the financial crisis can still be felt five years on. But individuals have moved beyond finger-pointing
The SEAL Act has undergone a facelift in name only. Maybe now lawmakers will do the right thing and cut strapped borrowers a break.
An Ohio school teacher sounds off on blogger’s assertion that personal finance is a waste of time unless it focuses on the psychology of spending.
The great allowance debate has reached a new level with financial-education pioneer Lewis Mandell asserting that unconditional weekly payments are so detrimental as to constitute “cruelty”
Think about it: A tax refund is just that — a refund of your own hard-earned money. It’s not a gift or a stroke of good fortune. The problem is that most people don’t look at tax refunds this way.
Once a radical view, working longer as a means to health and happiness is the new reality for many.
In coming weeks and months, a new comprehensive set of guidelines for what kids should know about money–and when–will land in your school district.
For all the headlines to the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s new record, you’d think it was a big deal. But experts say it’s time to curb the enthusiasm.
Virtual family banking site FamZoo has introduced a prepaid card that actually makes sense–for kids and parents.
Dozens of countries, including the U.S., are searching for ways to raise the financial I.Q. of their citizens. But only a handful have taken the bold step of making personal finance a high school requirement. Here’s why the U.S. needs to move faster.
An informative and entertaining new book about time offers some valuable and useful insights about money too.
Look for employers to curb your 401(k) plan flexibility as they address the problem of lifetime income.