Students looking for affordable college educations are benefiting from sliding-scale tuition payment plans at many private and public universities.
Members of Gen X, born between the early 60s and the early 80s, are smart about retirement savings. Or maybe not.
Tax returns, wills, performance reviews and résumés. Digital age or no, those documents have to be completed.
CNBC reporter Kelli Grant offers tips to marathoners booking hotel rooms.
When it comes to love and money, many financial experts agree that one of the best ways to avoid friction over finances is to have the "money talk."
The big question is what type of smart cards will US banks issue: Will they require a PIN code for authentication or simply a signature?
The newly created myRA retirement plan will prove to be a bloated bureaucratic mess, predicts financial advisor Scott Hanson.
The U.S. Treasury has received nearly $1 million in donations so far this year.
Financial advisors note that mature and insightful investors in their 40s still have time to build significant retirement savings.
A 529 college savings plan makes paying higher-education expenses easier. Here are the top 10 tax-free state 529 plans nationwide.
Doggy school, pet hotels, grooming and pet insurance all add up. As a nation, our spending on our beloved animals now tops $55 billion annually.
A couple in their 30s wants to know if they're saving enough for their future. CNBC's Sharon Epperson offers some advice.
Investors looking to reduce exposure to stocks while keeping their money working for them should check investments in long/short equity mutual funds.
Financial advisor Cathy Curtis cautions first-time homebuyers to thoroughly analyze savings, earnings and costs before making a first down payment.
Has your spouse been financially faithful? The number of people keeping money secrets from their partner is on the rise.
The Better Business Bureau recently issued a fraud alert for the "one ring scam" after being contacted by phone users across the country.
If millennials don't break out of this frugal state of mind, the trend could create challenges for the stock market and retail spending.
Nearly 40 percent of Britons have no plans to invest for their retirement, with over a third doubting they'll be able to reach their financial goals.
Prepaid debit cards are promoted as a convenient alternative for people who don't have a bank account. Turns out they have a much broader appeal.
People who lie on their resumes appear to be motivated by jealousy for other people who have landed jobs when they haven't, according to experts.
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