Raising a child born in 2013 to the age of 18 will cost a middle-income couple more than $245,000, according to the USDA. But if you do your research, having a child doesn't necessarily have to be cost prohibitive.
Financial Planning Days are taking place in 13 cities in across the US on Oct. 25. The public is invited to attend personal finance workshops and get one-on-one financial advice from certified financial planners.
World Series 2014 is a contest between the scrappy Kansas City Royals and the high-priced, repeat champion San Francisco Giants. But how much have the teams' respective payrolls contributed to their World Series berths?
World Series Game 1 is tonight, beginning Bud Selig's last Series as the commissioner of Major League Baseball. On the eve of his retirement, here are eight ways baseball has changed during Selig's 22-year reign.
Halloween spending on candy, costumes, and more is expected to hit record highs this year, according to the National Retail Federation. All told, Americans will spend over $77 per person on Halloween in 2014.
Apple Pay officially launched Monday, allowing millions of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ users to make point-of-sale purchases using their devices. But it’s still unclear to some consumers whether their credit or debit card will work with Apple Pay
Stocks took a hammering Wednesday, wiping out most of the gains made in 2014 and briefly touching eight-month lows. But don't let the current swoon in stocks scare you into making rash investment decisions.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella blew it at a prestigious gathering of women in technology last week by suggesting that women shouldn't ask for raises. But despite Nadella’s faith in “the system” to give women raises, they're better off asking for them.
AT&T reached a $105 million settlement with regulators this week over unauthorized charges on customer bills. $80 million of the AT&T settlement will go toward customer refunds, and you may be entitled to a piece.