A new survey of 3,000 adults in the U.S. and Canada finds a higher percentage of people use cash weekly than credit or debit cards.
When a person can’t reliably do basic equations in his or her head — such as counting change, it can be a warning sign of dementia.
Look hard and you might see that the debates actually did feature some meaty discussion of the economy.
The Federal Reserve’s latest economic survey sounds like a familiar but confusing tune.
Federal regulators want to expand Graduated Driver Licensing programs to include older teens, who are more likely than younger teens to die in car wrecks.
The financial trauma inflicted on some victims is enough to drive them to apply for government benefits, borrow money from family and friends or even sell their own possessions.
Savers in 5 south-central states can score a remarkable short-term CD rate at Sharonview Federal Credit Union.
Here are some simple moves you can make to save money as we round out the year and gear up for 2017.
To make your pre-gaming as successful as possible, you have to have a few tailgating essentials like these.
John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo, is retiring effective now, 3 weeks after he apologized to the Senate Banking Committee for the bank’s unauthorized accounts scandal.