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April is financial literacy month, and financial education programs are sprouting—but surveys show we're not gaining money smarts.
Bad news, kids. When it comes to your parents' savings priorities, funding their golden years is winning over financing your college years.
Secret consumer scores threaten privacy and fairness. Consumer advocacy groups call on regulators to police this new industry of predictive scoring.
2013 tax returns must be filed by April 15. With a little more than a week to go, here are seven last-minute tips to file your taxes.
Don't toss those old flip phones, unfashionable dresses and outgrown roller skates. They could make your spring cleaning spree profitable.
'Tis the season for college acceptances and financial aid awards and the numbers can be confusing. Here's how to compare them.
Here are eight money-saving tax deductions and other strategies that any taxpayer may be able to take advantage of, no matter how much they make.
In the wake of the GM recall, proposed legislation would require automakers to submit any reports that first alert them to a fatal accident.
Most of us have a positive experience when we use the Web. Credit unions, shipping companies, banks and hotels scored highest.
The job market is soft for recent college graduates, and hiring managers and other experts say millennials themselves are part of the problem.
Overall prices for food we eat at home will rise by 2.5 to 3.5 percent this year, and shoppers are changing habits.
Consumer reporter Kelli Grant tells consumers key things to look for when comparing travel credit cards.
A new study reveals that many parents don't want to talk to their kids about finances.
A new report finds that the vast majority of short-term payday loans—4 out of 5—are not paid off within 14 days and are rolled-over or renewed.
The majority of 401(k) participants are too busy, overwhelmed or just plain bored to make any changes to how their retirement money is being invested.
Tuition, room and board are only part of college costs. Textbooks, technology and socializing add to the tab, but you can keep spending in check.
Consumer say dangerous vehicles like GM's Cobalt would have been recalled earlier if NHTSA had done its job.
The rich and the poor are not targets for the dreaded alternative minimum tax. It's the guy in the middle. Here's how to calculate your tax bite.
Record lottery payouts are rewriting the conventional financial wisdom about how the winners can best handle their good fortune, from tax advice to their reconfigured lives.
Women are making inroads financially, but with their financial advisors, not so much. Find out what women want from advisors, and why it matters.