Is there a way to pay off a 30-year mortgage in seven years by using sophisticated techniques? No, but there are simple ways to pay off your mortgage early.
Whether you should borrow from a retirement account depends on your situation. Here’s how to tell when it’s OK to take out this type of loan.
America’s “financial insomnia” is nearing levels we last experienced during the Great Recession. Learn tips for quieting your money worries.
Financial experts say America’s young adults are leaving “gaping holes” in their financial safety nets. Here’s why they should buy life insurance now.
Vanguard Group is growing faster than all of its competitors combined. The secret to its success can help you grow wealthy.
These are the cornerstones of a solid financial foundation that can weather the unexpected, carrying you and your family comfortably through life’s ups and downs.
Should you invest in a classic car? Maybe so, especially if you chose one of the five models here.
Nearly half of Americans are ill-prepared to deal with even small financial disruptions. Here’s what you should do if you suffer a sudden loss of income — and how to build a buffer to cover emergency expenses without going into debt.
Many Americans could not pay for an unforeseen auto repair without going into debt. Here are two simple steps to make sure you have money on hand.
Women are struggling with spending and saving — and that keeps them lagging behind men financially.
Your tax refund check can be an instrument of positive change, or just another wasted opportunity. Here is what you should do with it.
Half of U.S. workers age 60 or older are resigned to retiring no earlier than age 70 — or never. Learn from their money mistakes if you want to avoid their fate.
Although both types of personal finance experts can help get your money matters in order, their strategies are different.
This worry outranks running out of retirement funds — but you can take steps now that will improve your situation later.
If stock market fluctuations worry you, you’re probably committing a rookie investor mistake that could cost you money. Learn from this case in point.
Buying in the right neighborhood is critical to profiting from your investment as well as feeling at home. Here’s how to tell if you’re choosing wisely.
In most of the 100 largest U.S. cities, renters now outnumber owners. To buck the trend, you’ll need this financial savvy.
Almost one-quarter of workers have less than $1,000 in savings, a new survey shows. Here’s how to boost your nest egg and banish financial stress.