How last week's Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage nationwide affects a specific couple’s financial situation depends on their current civil status and where they live.
Cars may seem like a necessity, but they can be a financial burden. What does a car cost you every year – and how much money would you save if you stopped driving all together?
Whole Foods co-CEOs John Mackey and Walter Robb apologized Thursday for overcharging customers in New York City, claiming the overages were largely a result of worker error.
The US economy added 223,000 jobs in June, and the unemployment rate fell to 5.3 percent. While factors like slow wage growth and low participation remain a concern, hopeful long-term prospects for workers were given an extra boost by President Obama and the Labor Department this week.
Now that Apple Music is available, the number of music streaming services continues to grow. But which one is right for you? Brad's Deals broke down important information on 12 options.
World record-holding pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie of France jumps in front of the Eiffel Tower as he stands on the roof of a boat on the Seine River after a news conference in Paris, Thursday. Lavillenie will attend the IAAF Diamond League athletics meeting at the Stade de France Stadium in Saint-Denis near Paris on July 4.
July 4th weekend has proven to be a great time for seasonal sales, which means swimsuits, patio furniture, and even air conditioners will see aggressive discounts this Independence Day.
Your age cannot be used as a factor for being denied a mortgage loan if you're at least 18. However, the experiences that come with age can be used, like if your income isn't high enough.
Restaurants in the US are spending less on advertising. For the first quarter of 2015, restaurant advertisement spending fell 4.9 percent.
US car manufacturers reported reported robust auto sales gains for June, even though not everyone met analysts' expectations. Nissan's June US sales jumped 13.3 percent, but General Motors reported a 3 percent decrease.
Before you graduate from college, be sure to follow these five steps that will lead you on the right path toward financial success.