Helping a family member struggling with financial problems can be tricky territory. It's best not to just throw money at the problem, even if you can afford to help.
The Obama administration on Friday unveiled new programs to help 3 million to 4 million distressed borrowers avoid home foreclosures. By one count, 11 million borrowers now owe more than their homes are worth.
Critics say health insurance shouldn't be mandatory because health care is not a right. But it is a right in emergency rooms.
Government arts funding distorts the market against unfunded but potentially hit plays, like The Mountaintop, portraying Martin Luther King's final day.
In Brussels, the 16 eurozone nations agree to include the IMF in a backup bailout for Greece debt.
Since the future is unknown, one must find the right balance between pessimism, optimism, and realism.
Most small business owners and their employees are not saving enough for retirement, two new studies find.
Auto sales are up, even for the Big Three. The worst may be over for US automakers – and for Michigan.
With so many areas of the UK budget protected from cuts, meaningful cuts in the overall budget will be nearly impossible.
The first-time home buyer's credit was essentially a government-sponsored prop for the housing market. As its effects wear off, the housing market will continue to decline.