Technology has obliterated or automated a lot of the money tasks that were once mandatory for people who wanted to be responsible with their finances. Here are several financial chores you can and should do differently now.
According to reports, Apple's so-called Project Titan is now focused on the development of self-driving car technology instead of an actual car.
Only about a third of renters have an insurance policy, but it's a small expense with multiple benefits.
No two Black Fridays are alike, and there's always something that comes out of left field. But generally, this is what you can expect.
Pepsi will expand its low- and no-sugar options following the UN health agency's recommendation that governments use tax policy to increase the price of sugary drinks.
Employer-sponsored retirement plans are valuable benefits, but they can be ruined by high fees and crummy investment choices.
The DoE loan program became a lightning rod during the 2012 presidential election for backing solar company Solyndra, which later went bankrupt. A few years later, it's in the black.
Carbon-dioxide emissions from electricity generation during the first six months of 2016 were the lowest since 1991, according to the EIA.
You might have tuned in to the Oct. 13 Tax Policy Center discussion featuring representatives of each campaign. If you had, you would have seen an absolutely stunning contrast in both style and substance that in many ways mirrored their candidates.
We gathered a few of our favorite Bluetooth alternatives to the Airpods; all cost less than $100 each. Even if you don't have an iPhone 7, going wireless is a great option for any smartphone user.
The tension between drivers and cyclists sometimes escalates into frightening bouts of rage and even intentional damage and injuries.
Yesterday’s presentation by Donald Trump's economic adviser, Peter Navarro, at the Tax Policy Center’s discussion of the presidential candidate tax plans reminds one analyst of a passage in George Orwell’s dystopic novel 1984.
What distinguishes credit unions from banks, and how does a customer make the switch? We take a look at the most important factors in comparing the two.
McDonald's is making moves that hint it may be ready to bring the trademark sauce on its Big Macs to grocery store shelves.
Unbanked households, or those that don’t have an account at an insured institution, miss out on helpful tools and services such as savings accounts, secured credit cards and deposit insurance.
Shifts both big and small will alter the way we buy, power, and ride in our vehicles.
Customers' frustration with retailers opening on Thanksgiving has reached a boiling point this season, with dozens of malls across the country closing for the holiday.
A new report predicts electric cars could account for two thirds of the cars on the roads of 50 major world cities by 2030.
The Treasury Department released final regulations on Thursday to curb the practice of US corporations moving abroad to avoid paying corporate taxes.