A home is the largest asset for most Americans. Not only is it where you live and make memories, tapping into a home’s equity may provide the funds to cover large expenses with reasonable terms.
A wedding in D.C. will set you back about $36,000. It’s not the most expensive in the nation, but pretty close.
If keeping up appearances is important to you, there are plenty of ways to do it without resorting to falling into debt. Here are a few tips on how to live frugally but still look good while doing it.
Looking to get a nice return on your investment dollars at a level of risk you’re comfortable with? Here’s some advice from a financial expert.
These books (some of which are for younger readers) educate and empower anyone interested in building and preserving their money.
Giving teens a “lump sum” and leaving it up to them to manage it for the next several months actually can work much better than a weekly allowance in teaching older kids about personal finance.
If you want this new year to be better for your bank account than the last year, give these ideas a try.
There’s a good chance that some of the information on your credit report is wrong. But the good news is that consumers can fix those errors and improve their credit scores.
Women, who already control more than half of all investable wealth, are expected to take on an even greater amount of financial power in the coming years. And men have a role to play in this process.
Tax-filing crunchtime is over, but it’s never too early to starting thinking about next year — and some professional advice may be the answer to getting your financial ducks in a row.
Do you like to delight family members with Easter baskets filled with toys and treats? Before you start shopping, try these two strategies to significantly curb your spending.
A margin account could be the answer to your cash crunch when it comes to funding a business venture or purchasing a second home. But there are also risks to consider.
Managing your finances doesn’t have to be a full-time job, especially if you employ some easy-to-use tools to help you streamline your financial life.
Here are some ideas from experts about what 2017 may hold and how you can try to take advantage through the stock market.
Here are easy steps to organize your bills, pay them on time and stay in control of your finances.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.