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A new survey points to distinctive millennial attitudes about work and careers.
Almost half of home buyers do not shop around for a mortgage, a government study finds, even though terms and rates can vary widely.
Finance Park is a playground, of sorts, meant to give eighth graders a chance to be adults for a day and make those basic budgeting decisions.
More than 60 percent of Americans do not have enough rainy day savings for even minor mishaps, a new study finds.
Put off by actively managed funds' subpar performance and fees, investors are putting more money into index funds and ETFs. Should you?
As the saying goes, timing is everything. CNBC.com personal finance reporter Kelli B. Grant reports on the best time to make major purchases in 2015, from houses to cars to big screen TVs.
Feeling that holiday spending hangover? You have plenty of company. And luckily, experts have plenty of tips to get you back in shape.
Some of those losers in your portfolio can save you money at tax time. Here's how to make them work for you.
Socially conscious start-ups are re-imagining how we interact and donate to charities by using technology and social media.
Think the holidays are all rest and fun? That's the Hallmark version. More than half of us plan to work over the break, a new survey says.
Elliot Weissbluth, CEO of HighTower, and David Pottruck, chairman of HighTower Advisors, say robo-advisors are no threat to traditional advisors and actually introduce some new investors to financial planning services.
Donor-advised funds are soaring in popularity, and they are a great deal for donors. The impact on charities is more mixed.
Bank of America will need to pay more than $1 million to a Florida couple for constant robocalls despite requests to stop, Consumerist said.
Millennials are most likely to spend more this holiday season, but overall, Americans don't have discretionary income to spend.
A new survey finds that Americans are most likely to blow their budget on restaurants and food, and they're overdoing it with credit cards.
Some 18 percent of respondents to a new survey expect to be in debt for the rest of their lives.
Sharpen your pencils: Congressional wrangling and the Affordable Care Act are adding new wrinkles to tax planning.
New Year's financial resolutions help you stay on budget and stick to savings goals, a survey finds, but most investors won't make them.
Soup kitchen volunteering is nice, but children also need regular, focused discussions about giving back, and more. Here's what works.
Most Americans lack even a basic understanding of how to make their retirement nest egg last, a new survey finds.
Check out this mashup of some of Suze Orman's best advice and make sure to watch The Susan Orman Show series finale on Saturday, March 28 9p ET.
In the series finale, Oprah Winfrey tells Suze she knew from the very first time she was on her show, that Suze was destined to do something special.
Suze Orman offers a behind the scenes look at her show.