Our brains are often working against us, leading us to make dumb financial moves -- or to not do anything at all. Here's how to fight back.
See whether your bank is one of the top complaint-receivers -- or if it made this list of 13 impressive financial institutions.
See if you're in one of the lowest-cost states or if you should think about moving to one.
Yes, rising interest rates mean higher mortgage payments. But there are some rather significant upsides to higher rates, too. See if you'll benefit.
If you can swing it, there are some very good reasons to not delay starting to collect Social Security. Here are three -- see if they persuade you.
Fear not -- you're not likely to be audited -- and you can make yourself an even less likely target of IRS attention.
If you don't know the facts when it comes to homebuying, you could end up paying tens of thousands of dollars more than you have to.
Thanks to a twist of fate, he actually won $2.2 million. Following Buffett's lead, you could win big, too.
You may be dreaming of golfing or gardening in retirement, but...where?
Think of your retirement savings as a future income stream, not as a big lump sum. Here are several ways to get the income you need.
Some people are getting insufficient information about their Social Security benefits that could cost them thousands of dollars, according to a troubling report.
You may have more work-from-home options than you think -- many of which can pay surprisingly well.
You can save hundreds -- or even thousands -- of dollars by employing some of these tips. In the process you may end up better prepared for retirement, too.
If you're hunting for a job, you can increase your odds of success by looking in regions that are booming economically. Here are 10 towns with increasing housing and decreasing unemployment.
When some investments seem to be soaring, many people get excited -- and scammers target them. Beware of these scams.
Beware of surprisingly high interest rates and the sneaky practice of charging "deferred interest."
If you don't know what you're doing with Social Security, your benefit checks might end up 30% smaller -- or taxed.
There are many ways to invest for your future, but one has a far superior record of growth -- enough to turn annual $10,000 investments into more than $1 million.
There's good and bad news about Social Security and its future. The program won't run out of money anytime soon, but it could be changed in some ways and it could end up paying you a lot less than you expected.
Five of these jobs offer salaries near or above $100,000. Would any of them interest you?