Skip the new high heels. You'll get more lasting enjoyment out of going bungee jumping, driving hours to try a new restaurant, or getting lost on vacation.
If you're trying to claw your way back into the job market after being unemployed or underemployed, there's finally some good news for you. Being unemployed doesn't carry the stigma that it used to.
Student loans have variable interest rates, but they're low now. So concentrate first on an emergency fund. See question No. 4 in the reader mailbag.
The most painful part of debt is the interest, which can be crushing. Refinancing to reduce interest rates can make a world of difference.
Most people would probably agree that speculation in the oil and gas markets is hurting American consumers. But speculation is not a one-way street where the average consumer always loses.
President Cristina Kirchner's plan to seize a majority stake in oil company YPF SA, owned by Repsol YPF of Spain, is causing diplomatic tensions with Spain and the European Union.
Spain and the UK have both reported double-dip recession. One striking difference is the rates of real wages and employment.
Hiding from your debt won't help. Here's the first step towards breaking out of the debt cycle.
401(k) plans sometimes allow you to borrow from them. So are 401(k) plans a good way to save for buying a home? Question No. 6 in this reader mailbag.
The first estimate of the first quarter Gross Domestic Product shows that on a year-over-year basis, real GDP increased 2.08 percent while the quarter-to-quarter non-annualized percent change was 0.55 percent.
Nutella settles lawsuit over false advertising claims. Because the maker of Nutella settles lawsuit, it agrees to set up a $3 million settlement fund to repay customers up to $4 a jar.
There are so many ways to avoid paying retail that it’s almost never necessary. Here are 15 ways to never pay retail price again.
The growth in corporate earnings has been impressive this year, but such growth is par for the course.
The oil industry's profits are so huge that it must be taking advantage of customers, right? Actually, it's not that simple.