How the Supreme Court Ruling Cuts the Cost of Being Gay
How the Supreme Court Ruling Cuts the Cost of Being Gay

on July 3, 2015

A ruling that recognized same-sex marriage will confer some of the financial benefits on couples that didn’t have them before — as well as some of the fiscal downside to tying the knot.

Check-Cashing Technology May Open You Up to Fraud
Check-Cashing Technology May Open You Up to Fraud

on June 26, 2015

Here’s how this banking trend could cost you money if you’re not careful.

The Killer App That Can Spare Us All Trips to the Bank
The Killer App That Can Spare Us All Trips to the Bank

on June 22, 2015

A convenience that was initially for small business owners is now widely available to bank customers.

What Parents Would Do With High-Tech Surveillance Tools
What Parents Would Do With High-Tech Surveillance Tools

on June 12, 2015

Top behavioral experts explore what will happen to parent-teen (and other) relationships as regular people have access to more and better monitoring technology.

By This Measure, Many Women Are Alarmingly Vulnerable
By This Measure, Many Women Are Alarmingly Vulnerable

on June 5, 2015

Studies suggest a yawning gender gap when it comes to readiness for financial emergencies.

What Starbucks Hacks Can Teach all of Us
What Starbucks Hacks Can Teach all of Us

on May 29, 2015

Two incidents recently involving gift cards and mobile payments show why it’s so important that consumers keep a careful eye on their money — in all its forms.

To Buy or to Rent? In This Housing Market, it’s Far From Obvious
To Buy or to Rent? In This Housing Market, it’s Far From Obvious

on May 22, 2015

By conventional wisdom, rising rental prices should prompt more people to buy homes. Here’s why they are not.

Why ‘Phablets’ are Gobbling up the Phone and Tablet Markets
Why ‘Phablets’ are Gobbling up the Phone and Tablet Markets

on May 15, 2015

These huge phones are dorky in a way but rapidly gaining popularity. Here’s why.

How Much Personal Data Should We Render Up to The Man?
How Much Personal Data Should We Render Up to The Man?

on May 8, 2015

With the advent of Apple watches — and myriad similar devices — our employers, and others, will be seeking to collect our personal information, and will be capable of doing so in great detail, if we agree. Do we?

Homeownership: Is it Worth the Leap of Faith?
Homeownership: Is it Worth the Leap of Faith?

on May 1, 2015

Times have changed since the 30-year mortgage formed the crux of the American Dream. Here’s some 2015 perspective on “buying in” to the housing market.

Dark Side of the Cloud: Reconsider What You Store There
Dark Side of the Cloud: Reconsider What You Store There

on April 24, 2015

Cloud services have become such a part of the way we live that we’ve gotten a little too casual about it, putting ourselves at risk.

New Data Show What’s Still Broken in U.S. Economy
New Data Show What’s Still Broken in U.S. Economy

on April 17, 2015

Half of Americans are spending half of their income just on food and shelter. It helps explain why the “recovery” seems elusive to many people.

Many Midcareer Workers Get Lower Pay, Positions after Recession
Many Midcareer Workers Get Lower Pay, Positions after Recession

on April 10, 2015

Nearly half of older workers who lost jobs in the economic shake-out, now earn less than in the past, and more than half were forced to switch fields. But the real problem is coming down the line.

Some College Students Pay More for Bank Fees Than Books
Some College Students Pay More for Bank Fees Than Books

on April 3, 2015

College-branded debit cards are hitting students with high fees — and payment often comes out of financial aid, advocacy group says.

Millennials Flock to Urban Jobs, But Meet Barriers to Housing
Millennials Flock to Urban Jobs, But Meet Barriers to Housing

on March 27, 2015

Real estate statistics make a compelling case for young people to consider not just salary but affordability as they decide where to live.

True or False? A Pay Raise Will Boost Your Credit Score
True or False? A Pay Raise Will Boost Your Credit Score

on March 20, 2015

It turns out that many of us have misconceptions about what affects our credit profiles, and what does not. A new report offers some clarity.

Think Your Property Tax is High? See Who is Off the Charts in County-by-County View of U.S.
Think Your Property Tax is High? See Who is Off the Charts in County-by-County View of U.S.

on March 13, 2015

Find out if your rate is above average, and where property owners pay a whopping seven times the average.

8 Places in the United States Where Life is Affordable
8 Places in the United States Where Life is Affordable

on March 6, 2015

This list might make you consider moving to places you never thought you would consider.

Study: America Hasn’t Had a Pay Raise in 35 Years
Study: America Hasn’t Had a Pay Raise in 35 Years

on February 27, 2015

Disturbing data on incomes for college grads suggest that United States can’t educate itself out of the problem.

Why Aren’t Airline Ticket Prices Falling Along With Fuel Prices? A ‘Free’ Market Lesson
Why Aren’t Airline Ticket Prices Falling Along With Fuel Prices? A ‘Free’ Market Lesson

on February 20, 2015

Customers failing to shop for better prices accounts for only a piece of this conundrum.

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