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U.S. consumer delinquencies rose slightly in the quarter but remained near record lows as consumers continue to manage their finances cautiously.
Two-thirds of Americans have experienced a financial disruption, and half now expect to delay or forgo retirement, a new study found.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses student loans, saving for retirement and other financial tips for the spring.
Credit cards can save you money when you travel, or cost you big time. Here's how to get the most bang for your buck on that European vacation.
Roughly a third of Americans don't have any emergency savings to fall back on if they lose a job or have to deal with another crisis, USAT reports.
The White House and the Defense Department are proposing changes to military retirement benefits.
Concerned about consumers trapped in cycles of repeat borrowing and rising costs, protection bureau is considering ways to rein in payday loans.
Stop overpaying your taxes by making these common mistakes and not taking these tax credits and deductions.
Every state has quirks in its tax laws. Watch out for taxes on takeout coffee lids in Colorado, playing cards in Alabama, and more.
There is a 90 percent gap between the median wealth of Hispanics and blacks compared to that of whites.
Warren Buffett is leaving his billions to charity, and many boomers are following suit to avoid turning their kids into rich loafers.
The average retirement age, which rose for years, seems to be stabilizing, a study finds. That leaves many short on savings.
Tony Robbins, a #1 New York Times best-selling author discusses the making of his new book "Money: Master the Game," and what he really wants readers to take away from the book.
Opening 529 plans to more savers is nice, but doesn't the government cause enough tuition inflation already?
Rep. Jenkins is seeking support for a bill that will boost 529 college-savings plans — not tax them, like President Obama proposed.
The Labor Department is readying new proposed rules on retirement investment advice, and the battle lines are being drawn.
Think saving for retirement is hard? Try planning how to draw down those funds. But these experts can help.
Financial swindles like the sweetheart scam and impostor fraud are gaining ground, experts say, and women are at special risk.
The Internet has made it easier than ever to date endlessly, but it can also mean major bucks for the one picking up the dinner check.
The referral method of finding a financial advisor has met its match—namely, Match.com-like sites that set up investors with advisors.
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.