If you have a kid headed to college, here are some talking points for the "money talk" to help make them more financially savvy.» Read More
It's not just banks that can help you finance your home.
Feeling pinched by your plastic? Stumped by re-fi rules? On the Money is here to help.
With higher costs come shrinking portions. Click through to see some of your favorite products that have already made the transition to a smaller size.
If you are ignoring the housing bailout bill because you think it benefits only troubled homeowners, you may miss out on a windfall.
Want to start saving early for your child but don't know where -- or how -- to begin?
Are you in serious debt? Struggling to pay your utilities? Looking to refinance? Send Carmen your questions here.
Winter will be here before you know it, so make sure you're prepared for when that first heating bill arrives.
Click through to see some of your favorite products that have already made the transition to a smaller size.
Next time you go to the supermarket, take a closer look at your purchases. Click through to see the companies and products that already made the transition into downsizing.
Carmen's tips on home loans, love and money, buying a car, going green and saving for college.
Last week the mortgage bank IndyMac was taken over by the FDIC because it was no longer solvent, and some bank depositors are lose money. Here's why it's so sad. No one should have lost a penny.
The stock market swoon over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac this week has left many consumers scratching their heads, wondering if buying a home is a worse idea than it was seven days ago or whether to take down the “for sale” sign in the yard.
Borrowing from a friend? There's a lot more hanging in the balance than your credit score.
Exchange-traded funds have emerged as a popular tool to manage risk at a time when the stock market continues to set new standards for unpredictability.
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Even if you don't see a super-spike in electricity prices in your town or neighborhood this summer the cost for delivering and making electricity is going to keep going up.
Here are some easy rules to help you figure out which is the better option for your lifestyle.
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