WASHINGTON — When it comes to saving money for an emergency, almost 30 percent of Americans say they have no backup plan in the bank, according to a new survey. The number of Americans with…
WASHINGTON — Arlington and Alexandria, Virginia share the No. 2 spot for best places for retirees, according to new research from Bankrate.com. Taking into account weather, cost of living, taxes, senior well-being, crime and health…
WASHINGTON — Millennials feel better about their finances than all other age groups, according to a survey from Bankrate.com. In a report released Monday by Bankrate, it found adults under the age of 30 have…
Wondering who consumers will fight for Black Friday
sales? According to a new study, it\’s mostly likely to be a millennial.
It\’s one of the modern conveniences that actually is convenient: banking on your cellphone. Forget to make a payment, or accidentally overdraw? You can fix it in a minute. But how safe is it, really?
D.C. may be one of the most expensive U.S. cities in which to live, but a new report by personal finance website Bankrate shows the District has the fifth lowest mortgage closing costs.
If you\’re looking to save a few bucks, consider looking a little closer at your car insurance policies. You may qualify for more discounts than you think.
If the financial downturn beginning in 2007 taught anything, it\’s to get rid of debt and it looks like consumers may be doing more of that than economists expected.
How much do your bad habits cost you?
Is your ATM PIN something easy to remember, like your birth year or 9999?