Whether you finish college or leave early, you'll still have to pay off your student loans. Here is a helpful strategy for efficiently paying off loans.
You can expect to see some of summer's best sales during Fourth of July weekend. Take the opportunity to stock up on summer gear and clothing, but wait to buy electronics.
The prospect of debilitating illness late in life is not a pleasant one, but it’s wise to protect yourself and your family from the financial hardships that could result from it. A common way to prepare yourself is by purchasing some form of long-term care insurance.
Mac ‘n Cheetos are fried in-store using a dedicated fryer so that the cheese coating won’t migrate to other fried foods.
Kia jumped Porsche to take the top spot in JD Power's Initial Quality Survey, the research group announced Wednesday. That and more in today's car news.
Asian millionaires now control more wealth than millionaires in North America, according to a new report. The United States, however, is still home to more millionaires than any other country.
Thanks to rising home values and a sluggish mortgage market, lenders are once again marketing home equity lines of credit. Should you borrow against your home?
An annual survey by the J.D. Power consulting firm found that most automakers improved their reliability scores this year in a survey of new-car buyers.
Lawmakers of both parties agree that the U.S. corporate tax system needs reform. Here is the Toder and Viard plan for corporate tax reform that may be up for consideration by Congress come 2017.
A number of vehicles could see gas-mileage ratings fall due to tweaks in the calculation of EPA fuel-economy ratings.
Here are nine things to consider when making a backpack purchase for the upcoming school year.
Social Security and Medicare recipients will receive a small increase in their monthly benefits in 2017, but the funds' trustees warn that immediate action should be taken to ensure their long-term future.
With more than half of the satellites for US customers, India increasingly is positioning itself as a global player in the international space industry.
In 2018, the federal government could be paying more than $900 billion in interest—nearly twice what it pays today. By 2026, it could be paying more than $1.8 trillion in debt service, 50 percent more than under current fiscal policy.
Approximately half of Americans are concerned about the economy this election season, according to a new survey. Fifty-four percent of Democrats and 43 percent of Republicans believe that the overall economy is the top domestic issue facing the United States.
While many Americans are paying for their trips with credit cards, they may be missing out on valuable rewards if they are choosing a travel card over a cash-back card.
Employers offer more benefits to today's workers than they did 20 years ago, but at the same time, wages are stagnating.