Your assets add up to your net worth. So the more the merrier, right? Well, too much of a good thing can actually be a drain on your finances.
Your dreams of big city life probably won't come cheap. Better crunch the numbers before you make the big move from Smallsville to Metropolis!
From our "I Dos" to our morning joe, Americans are guilty of spending way too much on these things.
Scoping out a new, better paying job out of state? Beware of these factors that could cost you.
A huge percentage of Millennials move back home with Mom and Dad. These money moves will help them get their financial footing.
For many, deciding to share space (and money) is a big relationship milestone. Keep your connection strong by avoiding some common missteps.
Before your next milestone birthday, look at the big picture. Have the purchases you've made revealed something about who you are?
Housing isn't cheap, especially if you're broke. But with some creativity and some gumption, you can put a roof over your head for nothing.
Today we found some of the best articles around the web on everything related to your home!
You can make that move happen — just make sure you consider these five things.
Today we found some stellar articles on saving on your mortgage, ways to make extra money and keep your day job, and how to ace a group interview.
Chinese people generally save 30% to 50% of their take home pay. So where do they spend their savings — and what can we all learn from them?
Want to travel with free accommodations, enjoy gorgeous ocean waters, and even get paid for it? You can — just work on a boat.
Today we found some awesome articles on the hidden costs of buying a house, vacations to take when your budget is low, and alternatives to traditional gift-wrapping.
From delicious restaurants to fun events, you can enjoy the exciting perks of living in a big city while staying frugal.
If a good price seems to good to be true...it probably is. Learn how low interest rates drive home prices higher.
Housing prices have dropped all across America in the past couple years, and more people are looking into buying a property instead of renting. If you are an eager house hunte
Every December for the last five years Money Talks News has hooked up with David Wyss, the chief economist for giant research firm Standard & Poors. We sit him down in a studio and
As part of the Obama stimulus plan passed in January, first time home buyers in 2009 are entitled to a tax credit of up to $8000 that they do not have to repay. This tax credit was
Lately it seems that rent prices have been dropping in many areas of the country. Here in San Mateo some residential apartments are dropping prices as much as 20%. This seemed a
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