"I call this a lucky game that went wrong," says contestant Tony Oriente.
This area is home to a number of "two-lawyer households," one expert says.
"Don't compare yourself to the Kardashians," he says.
Earning points "is really easy," says Brian Kelly, but spending them can be "tricky."
When it comes to points, earning them "is really easy," says points expert, Brian Kelly, but, "spending them — this is where it gets tricky."
No matter how much she won, Kristen Iniguez had a clear goal: Raise more money and then use it for a good cause.
Timing is key, says CEO Anjali Sub.
"Most American workers aren't saving at levels that will allow them to retire fully at age 65."
"That's the challenge … that I have to juggle with: How do I raise my kids knowing that they will never feel or understand what their father went through?"
By the time Matthews finishes up with client No. 2, it's 4 p.m. and neither of us has taken a sip of water or bite of food.
In India, you only need $81,000 a year to be at the top.
Earning credit card points doesn't just mean cash back or redeeming for miles. Here are some of the surprising ways you can put your points to use.
"People don't realize these days that you can use points for just about anything."
It's not too late to boost your refund.
It's one of the best ways to save for the future, but a lot of people don't understand how it works.
Winners might not want to "shout this life-changing news from the rooftops," experts say.
If you're as confused about the rules as most Americans, you could be missing out.
It takes nearly $70,000 a year for a family of 3 to manage in California.
The class covers "the realities of life we all have to deal with," he says, like how to invest, plan for retirement and build credit.