Financial advisers stress that there are several money lessons everyone in their 20s should know. For example, start saving at least 10 percent of your monthly income.
Car-shopping may seem challenging for consumers to find good deals, but there are ways to save. One way is to research and find the market price on a vehicle before going to the dealership.
Credit card debt and credit scores are already frustrating, but the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may add to the confusion by calling for credit card companies to make credit scores available to their customers on a monthly basis. Is this a good idea?
In Kenya, 43 percent of the GDP flows through M-Pesa, which gives 'unbanked' poor people access to basic financial services via mobile phones, fundamentally improving their lives.
Signing up for automatic bill payments online may seem like the easy way to go, but make sure you consider the drawbacks.
It depends on a number of factors — your credit history, your insurance, the area you're looking at. Hamm says renting is not a throwaway.
In 2012, 12.6 million people were victims of identity theft. Here are 10 things you need to do to protect yourself — and your credit history — if you find yourself the victim of credit card fraud.
Picking the right credit card for summer travel could save you a bundle of money, rack up rewards, and avoid embarrassing situations.
The information farmers in Uganda provide via mobile phones does more than just help them order and pay for supplies. It allows the collection of data that will help them sell their crops, build a credit history, and receive other services, such as crop insurance.