After you retire, the holidays often present new financial challenges. Fortunately, spending consciously doesn’t need to put a damper on the holiday spirit. Follow these guidelines to stay on financial track and enjoy the holidays.
Some banks offer features that are attractive to certain demographics. A local finance expert breaks down why some institutions might be more attractive to you than others.
To earn a perfect credit score, you just need to follow a few simple steps — and summer is the perfect time to do it.
Spring is the perfect time to rejuvenate your finances. Look at rebalancing your portfolio, checking up on your credit score and setting some new financial goals for yourself.
D.C. apartments aren’t cheap to rent. But how does the District’s rental market compare to other global cities? London-based real estate firm Nested crunched the numbers.
The number of couples older than 65 who opt to divorce has been growing, and there are specific challenges and risks that women should consider when facing late-life divorce.
Hiding a big purchase from your spouse? You’re not alone, according to a new consumer survey from CreditCards.com.
Have teens or children in college? Senior wealth adviser Dawn Doebler says there are three important financial conversations you should have with your kids while they are home for the holidays.
A survey of Northern Virginia teens finds that most are saving, have at least some financial literacy, and in some cases are helping pay their families’ monthly bills.
A new report by Junior Achievement and PricewaterhouseCoopers finds that nearly a quarter of millennials believe that their student loan debt will one day be forgiven – a sign that parents and students need to make more informed decision about the long-term costs of a higher education.
Just two days into the new year and many people have already blown their New Year\’s resolutions. But for those considering a new financial start, there are easy ways to stick to it.
Target has issued an apology to the nearly 40 million people who were victims of the second-biggest credit card breach in U.S. history.
If you would like to stay in control of your money and your medical decisions until the end, then here\’s the paper work you need to consider.
Credit monitoring firm Credit Karma said the average outstanding student loan debt among District borrowers in July was $43,856, the highest in the nation when D.C. is ranked against states.
At this time of year, a whole new crop of college graduates will be created.
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.