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Prenuptial agreements aren't just for the rich. Here's why more couples are choosing to sign a contract before saying "I do."
Electric rates could rise 2 percent this year, but some customers are already seeing big price hikes. How to offset the jump.
Pet owners spent $870 million on pet insurance in 2014. But is insuring your pet really worth it?
When was the last time you looked at your credit report? For one-third of Americans, the answer is "never." But that's an expensive misstep.
Ian Bright, Senior Economist at ING, discusses survey results which showed 1 in 5 European consumers grew their spending in 2014, with the U.K. in the lead.
Wages have been slow to rise, but polls find that many workers never even ask for a raise. Here are some ways you can ask for one.
Big price changes are on the way for 2015, and only some of them will work in the consumer's favor. How to prepare.
With the average household carrying nearly $7,000 in credit card debt, the strategy for paying it off fastest may not be the most intuitive.
If your new year's resolution is to improve your finances, these 10 step can help you reach your goal.
CNBC reporter Kelli Grant offers tips on how to start 2015 with a clean financial slate.
More than 60 percent of Americans do not have enough rainy day savings for even minor mishaps, a new study finds.
Americans aren't saving enough, but experts say using a bucket strategy could help you put aside more for an emergency fund and planned purchases.
CNBC's Kelli Grant discusses how to cut spending and save extra cash.
These credit cards offer low interest rates and can help cardholders pay off their holiday debt.
The flu has hit "epidemic" levels, but there are still some steps you can take to limit your chances of getting infected this season.
To save on big-ticket purchases like a home, car or flat-screen TV, buy at the right time. But when is that, exactly?
The rent bubble" in the U.S. will vanish when more millennials start families and buy houses, an investment advising CEO said.
Many women fear they won't have enough money for retirement, but they can take several steps to make sure that doesn't happen. USAToday reports.
Need to make room for all those holiday gifts? Donate or resell some of your older stuff and get a tax break or cash back, too.
If a dud gift isn't bad enough, some stores make it difficult to return an unwanted present—especially if you don't have a gift receipt.
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