You can take steps to refinance and improve your financial situation. And even if you’ve been turned down in the past, you might qualify this time. Homeowners have several ways to learn where they stand on equity.
Four months after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time in nine years, consumers aren’t earning any more on their savings. There’s usually a lag between when the Fed raises rates and banks start paying more interest to customers. But why wait?
When house-hunting fever strikes, it can hit hard. You’ll probably download a home search app or two and jump into the car, ready to explore a new neighborhood. Before you do, here are answers to some questions that might pop up along the way.
Held by college sumo wrestlers, two babies cry during a Naki Sumo, or crying baby contest, at Sensoji Buddhist temple in Tokyo on Friday. The annual traditional ritual is performed as a prayer for the childrens' healthy growth.
You can think of your planner like a personal trainer for your finances, or maybe your favorite Zumba instructor. Ultimately, your financial advisor’s job is to help you meet your goals — and hopefully have a little fun along the way.
I recently returned from a quick trip to Tokyo, Japan's capital city. Tokyo can get expensive for tourists, so as a traveler who loves to save money abroad, here are a few thrifty tips from my recent visit.
If millennials can pay attention to where their money is going today and stay away from luxuries they can’t afford, they will be better off down the line. Here’s how young adults can avoid five potential pitfalls that can derail long-term financial health.