Instead of playing with fire, learn how to harness it.
A look at how an index is calculated, and what exactly an index fund is.
It might not be what you think, but it's still good to be prepared.
Adjust your withholding now to reap the benefits later.
Tips for preparing for a time when you are caring for both your parents and your children.
If you're just starting out -- or even if you're down and out -- these strategies can put you on the road to wealth.
Protect your career and future income: These metrics can help you determine whether a potential employer is financially viable.
Even for young taxpayers, the 1040EZ isn't always the way to go.
Here's a look at whether an investment in gold is a smart addition to your portfolio.
April 15th may be a few weeks away, but I’m guessing some of you have already filed your tax return. Wondering where your money is? Read on.
New or used -- Here’s how to save up for a car and know it’s the right car to save for.
The job market has many convinced that the recession isn’t over – but how could that affect your investments?
Honesty is the best policy -- in money matters, too.
Here’s how to start investing even if you don’t have a lot of money -- and why you should start now!
Why are ETFs -- relative newcomers to the U.S. stock market -- so popular, and should you consider investing in them?
Money is an emotional topic, and we’ve talked before about how it is more about mind than it is about math.
Few people come to blows over insurance or budgeting. But some topics inflame financial passions, and one of them is investing.
Millennials may shun financial advice, but they seem to be saving for retirement earlier than their forebears.
In the wake of the Great Recession, some investors need a catch-up investment strategy.
When your income varies from month to month, you have to be extra diligent in your budgeting.