Parents should let children try and fail with their spending money. Sometimes, the lessons backfire.
Rules for when to own a reward credit card.
That's one of the top 10 tips in Bargain Junkie, a new primer on how to live frugally.
President Obama announced a $6 billion Homestar program to fund energy-efficient retrofits of US homes. But most contractors will need training to achieve the program's loftier goals.
Toyota recalls, investigations, and congressional hearings hurt the company and buoyed sales results of Honda, Ford, Hyundai, and others. But it could have been worse.
If Congress doesn't overcome Sen. Jim Bunning's resistance to extending unemployment benefits, more than 10,000 unemployed Americans in each of seven states will lose benefits starting this week.
The sudden loss of power steering in Chevy Cobalts and other GM compact cars tends to happen with older cars. Here's what to do if the GM recall involves your car.
Fed up with violence in Mexico, entrepreneurs are moving north. That means the US is seeing the benefit from the businesses they start.
The effect of the government-sponsored surge in homes priced mostly under $250,000 is waning.
Countries around the world tend to see consensus in their property markets and housing bubbles.
Investors can do better than index funds, but the time commitment is substantial.
The answer to saving for college vs. retirement is really good parenting. Raise your children right and they won't need your money for college.
There are good reasons to consider saving for your children's college first.
Republicans are heading into the mid-term elections with an enthusiastic, energized base. Democrats can't say the same.
Five questions to ask before you start saving for your child's college ahead of your own retirement.
PepsiCo announced today it will set up a "firewall" to ensure that its ownership of two bottling companies does not give it access to sensitive information about its rival Dr Pepper Snapple.
In Russia, the lack of Olympic gold medals has reflected badly on the government.
Chile's quality of the government and the relative wealth of its citizens means it was much better off after its earthquake than Haiti.
China's need for natural resources could create incentives for green revolution.
Econometric estimates of the federal stimulus often are shrouded in mystery.