Researchers have found evidence that backs up the anecdotes about people who splurge when they’re upset.
Credit & Debt
Should you use a cash-back or rewards credit card? Buy or lease a car? Give your kids allowance or pay for chores? Here are the quick answers to some common money questions.
USAA offers credit card users an alternative to major banks. But is it a good deal?
Having children too early or choosing the wrong place to live can have a significant impact on your finances.
Big banks that received taxpayer help after the 2008 financial meltdown have been less willing to lend than smaller banks, according to a new government study.
Hurricanes wreck finances as much as buildings. Here’s how to start putting your life back together.
The protesters are back, and taking action. They’re collecting donations and buying up personal debts, then erasing it.