This week you’ll discover some quick tips to improve your finances, must-have disaster apps, why you should shrink the number of bank accounts you have, whether you should buy a house with a friend, and questions to ask at job interviews.
A survey by Zillow reveals that many potential and actual homebuyers have misconceptions about everything from interest rates to refinancing.
Nearly half of Americans in their 30s and 40s have lived together in a romantic relationship. While that may make for a happy couple, it can lead to money misery.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says he’s preparing to sue Bank of America and Wells Fargo.
This week: information on tipping, transferring credit card balances, food stamps for pets, low-income homebuying and controlling toy clutter.
Small increases in mortgage interest rates can translate into thousands in additional expenses over the life of a loan. Are mortgage rates heading higher?
Applying for a mortgage is different than applying for any other type of loan. One example? Lenders will pull credit histories from all three major credit reporting agencies.