The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently issued a report that stated that Latinos in America live, on average, 2.5 years longer than Caucasians. There are lessons here for those of us who want to live long, healthy lives.
Jill Schlesinger discusses ways that your benefit plan can save you money and provide for your health and retirement.
Most Americans report that they don't want to burden their children in retirement. Here are 5 planning tips that will help you avoid this fate.
Savvy shoppers share their tips on using online coupons and promotions. Read on if you want to save money on your holiday shopping.
When teaching young kids about money stick with big concepts. Here's a four-step system that some teachers are raving about.
Pre-paid debit cards are a great tool for helping your kids learn to manage their money. But keep a close eye on fees. The Kardashian Kard costs $7.95 a month to carry, which is high. But at least it doesn't ding you at the point of purchase.
With college loans now outstripping credit card debt, momentum is building for a test to prove that a student will be able to manage a loan before getting one. Study hard.
Black Friday may as well be called "Red Friday" for shoppers. For many of us, it's the day that kicks off a big increase in retail spending. And with the struggling economy, most folks want to avoid getting into debt. For these reasons, it is even more important to be a smart and frugal shopper.
The NFL's list of greats has some real clunkers in terms of how they manage their money. You can learn a lot by looking at their mistakes as well as your own.
It can make sense to use part of your retirement savings to buy an immediate annuity, and invest the remainder of your retirement savings for managed payouts. This strategy can give you the best of both worlds. Read here to learn more.
Loaded with credit card debt and filing for personal bankruptcy protection while teaching a personal finance course in high school -- and other tales from the trenches.
With interest rates near record lows, refinancing has never looked so tempting - especially for people nearing retirement. Business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis has some tips for those who would love some extra cash to pad their diminished savings.
The Fed has announced an ambitious plan to buy at least $600 billion of fixed income securities to help stimulate the economy. But their actions pose a risk to your retirement security.
Read here for tips on using Roth 401k's to increase the amount of money you have to spend in retirement.
The financial industry sells a lot of products that most folks should just avoid. Here are three of the worst offenders.