It’s not a get-rich-quick scheme, but getting hitched improves your financial odds.
Are you going to save more in 2013? Don’t discount CDs — they’re safe, earn interest and the penalty for breaking in early helps keeps the money in the bank.
If you’ve made at least one really bad financial decision during your lifetime, you’re not alone. In fact, 67 percent of U.S. adults, defined by their income to be middle-class, admitted in one recent survey that they’d made such errors. Nearly half, 47 percent, acknowledged that they’d made two or more bad decisions. The median
Think your spouse is hiding money from you? Well don your Sherlock Holmes cap and put some tobacco in your pipe: You’re gonna get your sleuth on!
A survey finds consumers seeking financial counseling regret overspending, not saving and either buying or not buying a house.
The NFCC compiled 10 questions to reveal whether your personal finances are OK or need an overhaul.
Financial planners rank living within your means as the most important of 32 personal financial goals and tasks.
Consumers need to be concerned about the safety and security of their financial transactions in today’s …
Forget about a white Christmas. What consumers really want this year is a black Christmas, according to the nonprofit National Foundation for Credit Counseling, or the NFCC. The idea of a black Christmas is a spin on the term “Black Friday,” which refers to the day after Thanksgiving when retailers traditionally expect their sales figures
So how are we all feeling two years after the global economic collapse? Not so great, according to a poll of 1,002 Americans conducted for Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards by Penn, Schoen Berland. Here are some of the highlights of the opinion survey: Nearly two out of three Americans (65 percent) are more