Nearly three in four companies will negotiate salary with new grads. Here's how to make your case.
Six in 10 adults say they would be wealthier today if they'd followed their parents' money tips. It's not too late to take that advice.
Nobody wants to open up to their children about their checking accounts and credit cards. Here's why you should.
Gina Miller, co-founder of SCM Direct, discusses U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's political strategy in calling this June's snap election.
Jonathan Nabrotzky, global head of wealth sales and distribution at HSBC, discusses pensions and working into retirement.
Experts say Gen Y may be the most complex generation in the labor force, but a new survey reveals they have pretty clear expectations.
Attending weddings can set you back more than $1,000 a year, even if you're not in the bridal party. How to save.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the details from a study from the Census Bureau that says one-third of millennials aged 25-34 are living at home.
This simple strategy helps you stay on track to afford tuition and school costs, which are growing faster than inflation, for your children.
Here's a major shortcoming for young moms and dads: They likely don't have enough insurance to protect their children.
Mark Carnegie, M.H.Carnegie & Co, talks about investing in career transition advice businesses.
How much money you should give as a wedding gift depends on where you live, how much you have to spend and your relationship to the couple.
Maureen Chiquet, former Chanel CEO, discusses the state of luxury retail under President Trump, and her new book "Beyond the Label."
A quarter of consumers estimate they've lost $30,000 or more due to gaps in their financial knowledge. That might be optimistic.
CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at a new survey on the saving habits of millennials.
If you're just out of college, planning for retirement can be overwhelming, especially if you're not familiar with financial terminology.
Greg Walton prevailed over incarceration and a bunch of debt to build a successful career. Here's how he did it.
Mark Kirkland, MD of AMP Capital Shopping Centres, says young customers want a shopping experience that's unavailable online.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports that more millennials are tapping the equity in their homes.
Home equity lines are becoming more and more popular among the nation's youngest homeowners.