Revolve a balance on your credit cards? It’s something many of us do, especially as the holiday shopping season kicks into …
For much of the summer, Washington’s policy elite have been focused on the question of who will become the next chairman of the Federal Reserve. One of the most powerful positions in the federal government, the role of Fed chair …
The Senate hammered out an agreement last week to keep rates on some new student loans from doubling. It’s welcome progress, but the compromise guarantees that rates will go up in the future.
In Oregon, a proposed pilot program would allow students to attend state college tuition-free. The catch? Instead of taking out loans and piling up debt, students agree to pay the state back a small portion of their income over the course of a couple decades.
Consumer savings are up, and credit card debt is down. But experts say the economic current is running against us, so even those who think they are swimming are probably just treading water.
Many grad school students are poor, and pride themselves on living frugally while working on their degrees. One post-graduate student—and now, the author of a new book—took cheap living to the extreme, living in a van while …
A week into wedding season, many betrotheds haven’t a clue about their soulmate’s finances. Here’s how to pop the money question.
The FINRA 2012 National Financial Capability study results are due out soon and likely will show no improvement in individuals’ money management skills. With so much energy being put into financial education, poor test results embolden critics and threaten a movement.
There’s been a lot of chatter about the risk of payday loans lately, but “safer” installment loans can be just as dangerous, a new report says.
We may be asking too much of schoolteachers when imparting good money habits to kids boils down to four simple rules you can practice at home.
Are buyers being manipulated into overbidding for the relatively few attractive homes on the market?
First comes love, then comes … mortgage? A new study indicates that young couples in committed relationships have been far more likely than older generations to purchase homes before getting married.