A study published in the Psychological Science journal suggests that many Americans are obsessed with accumulating wealth, even if it’s more than they can spend.
Many of life’s necessities are going to cost you more in 2014. We’ll tell you how much more they’re expected to rise.
Chances are you headed off to college without a solid education in personal finance and money management. Don’t start out adulthood by digging yourself into a hole.
The best time to start saving money? Ten years ago. The second-best time? Today. Use these tips to turn your finances around in 2014.
After the Target data breach, consumers should know the risks and benefits of debit vs. credit cards to know what they’re getting into when they pay.
The lawsuit questions how the NFL and its teams make Super Bowl tickets available. Are regular fans left out?
From beloved foods, beverages and restaurants to cars and smartphones, here are 11 things that will be more expensive in 2014.