Donald Trump is making a buzz with his stances on everything, including money matters. How would his presidency affect your finances?
We all know the plight of Detroit, but the Motor City isn't the only American city to go BK. You might be surprised by these other bankrupt 'burgs.
Whether you're for or against net neutrality, the new rules covering Internet service could affect your finances. Find out what it may cost you.
Can you feel it? No, not spring — the springiness of the U.S. economy. Learn why it's doing so well, and how you might benefit, too.
Even small investors can profit from the thawing of relations between the United States and Cuba. Here are five investments to consider.
Gas is up nearly 30 cents from a month ago, so fill up on information about how that rebound could affect your bank account.
The NBC anchor's lie cost him his job, but before you judge too harshly, ask yourself; Are YOU guilty of any of these fibs that might cost you yours?
It's been a rough several years for the economy, but things may be looking up. Are you poised to cash in on the rebound?
Paying with certain coins, charging for certain mystical services, even dancing. All make this list of some of the world's weirdest laws governing money.
Ever wonder why people call a dollar a "greenback" or a "buck?" Read on to learn the roots of those nicknames and more!
After a winter of high valuations — and high profile heists — Bitcoin has lost some of its luster. Is it still worth anybody's attention?
Coin's like a universal remote for your plastic: a magical device that lets you store and toggle among all your cards, without actually having to carry around any of them.
Save money and protect your credit card from fraud with Ondot's new Card Control app.
Have you been using multiple accounts to save for multiple goals? New research suggests a simpler system might lead to more saving.
A look at the recent Great Recession through a glass half full reveals a few positive effects of the economic malaise.
New rules will make it easier to monitor fees charged by your 401(k) account administrator. Here's how to avoid paying many of them.
The Rolling Jubilee is a great PR move — buying, then forgiving debt from real people. But in terms of change, one writer says it might hurt more than help.
The housing market is rebounding, and the buyer's market is ending. But should you rush to buy a home now? Read this article to help decide.
As we get older, we try to shift the way we get money from actively working to earning money from investments. Many companies have done the same.
Have you been hearing about the "fiscal cliff"? Discover what the cliff is comprised of, and why some say we're moving rapidly towards it.
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