Five steps to help you and your significant other figure out what you really want from your money now and in the future.
Spending on V-Day is expected to reach $18.9 billion this year, here are some great tips to cut the spending, not the romance.
An exclusive analysis of more than 2.5 million portfolios tracked by SigFig found that, on average, women outperformed male investors.
Eight in 10 women have held back on talking about money with the people they are close to, a new study finds. The culprit: Low confidence.
This Ivy League school is the alma mater for seven chief executives who led their companies' IPOs last year.
Across Europe, nearly a third of couples are keeping financial secrets from their partners – apart from the Dutch, a new survey has found.
Investors have to find high yields and figure out how to take capital gains in a reasonable manner. USA Today reports.
Enter married, leave with a quickie divorce at a resort and spa in this New York town. The New York Post reports.
Premium tax credits paid directly to insurance companies for lower income consumers cut their premiums. USA Today reports.
Conventional wisdom says young investors should invest heavily in stocks. Some advisors say that's too risky.
The stigma of an office romance is becoming as dated as the power suit. NBC's TODAY.com reports.
Scared of going broke in retirement? The first step is to create a budget and then get serious about where you can trim, USAToday reports.
Despite formidable financial challenges, millennials may still end up better off than their parents.
A new report shows America is barely in the top 20 countries for retirement security. The problem? "Material well-being" for retirees.
The University of California Student Association passed a resolution urging the system to divest from corporations that work with the U.S.
New data from Colloquy finds shoppers are less active in reward programs. Three rewarding categories to consider.
Obtaining a payday loan could be harder than you think in the near future, the New York Times reports.
Sixty percent of affluent credit card holders say cash back is their favorite perk, a new report finds.
Even minor cognitive changes can reduce financial decision-making ability, but many don't realize it.
Do you have a will, a budget or life insurance? For most Americans, the answer is "no." What planning documents you need, when.
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