No matter how great your driving record, expect to pay a lot more car insurance in Michigan.» Read More
U.S. families are burdened by having to pay for medical care, and some struggle to pay health care bills, NBC News reports.
A look at how the credit bureaus have changed the game and how they look at you as a borrower.
It’s not the rich who have the most to worry about. Some 3.9 million taxpayers are expected to get hit with the AMT for 2013.
It's going to cost you a few pennies more to mail a letter. The cost of a first-class postage stamp is now 49 cents — 3 cents more than before.
The average price for a gallon of gas in the U.S. dropped 3.46 cents over the past two weeks, retreating from its highest level since mid-October.
Faced with debts, expenses and low income, some Gen Y workers put off financial planning for retirement, but it's best to save earlier and smarter.
The IRS and other agencies offer programs to help people file their taxes or get basic tax questions answered without paying fees.
Form tax identity theft to deductions that may catch an auditor's eye, here are the most common taxpayer mistakes - and how to sidestep them.
"America succeeds by raising everybody up. It doesn't succeed by tearing anybody down," Larry Summers tells CNBC.
Porn is an industry where retirement can come without warning and with even less planning for the future.
Nearly one-third of the self employed have no retirement plan. The crisis is a call to action: the time to save and build wealth isnow.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks to a three top financial advisors about the strategies you must employ right now to improve your financial life.
Investors are riding the dividend rally. But experts caution they should steer clear of high-yielding stocks sensitive to rising interest rates.
Many put off retirement health-care plans, but most cost and care worries are addressed by healthy living, dialogue and financial advice.
It's tax season, and once again IRS auditors are eyeing errors and omissions from returns. Here's what could trigger a second look from the feds.
Something new is coming this tax season for some same-sex couples: For the first time, they will file as "married" on their federal return.
The fees on actively managed funds are rising. Don't think your dollar fees are small because percentages are. Here's how to do your homework.
Millions plan to make financial resolutions for 2014, yet most of those new vows won't last. Here are new tips on how to make those resolutions stick.
Converting traditional IRA or 401(k) savings to Roth IRAs burdens people who plan to retire in no-income-tax states with unnecessary state taxes.
About 19 percent of Americans spend more money then they make. These handy tools help people budget and get better control their spending habits.