As more and more baby boomers and empty-nesters look for a less cluttered life, the housing industry has stepped in to help meet the need.
American consumers often spend much more than they make, while a third don't even bother to budget their money. One financial expert suggests they get SMART about their finances.
New Years resolutions don't have to be just about fitness or weight loss, sometimes your financial health needs an overhaul.
A new W4 form, and tax-estimation tool, from the IRS is designed to help ensure taxpayers have an appropriate amount of money withheld for tax filing.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed above 29,000 for the first time despite the December jobs report falling short of expectations. All three of the major averages were trading in record territory.
Reports indicate that Pier 1 Imports will close up to 450 stores as the company considers bankruptcy.
The Federal Trade Commission and a major for-profit college have reached a record settlement that means debt forgiveness for many affected students to the tune of $191 million.
Despite sizable vacancy rates in Houston's commercial real estate market, an NYC company, with local roots, sees opportunity in the city's square footage.
In a statement, Uber said Kalanick is leaving the board to focus on his new business and philanthropic endeavors.
More than 20 states will be raising the minimum wage to as much as $15 an hour come Jan. 1, 2020.
Federal investigators say this man stole money 18 times from the bank where he worked, and made sure everyone knew it.
With some surveys showing consumers are comfortable going into debt, to enjoy the Holidays, some are finding new ways to borrow money through Afterpay.
The New York Times calls it 'layaway' for the 21st century, a whole collection of 'buy now, pay later' apps and services that are willing to pay for your purchases and send you the bill.
With low mortgage-rates available, analysts believe builder optimism will result in new construction to help meet demand.
The cash option is $251.6 million.
If you're struggling to get the last few people on your list something for the holidays, why not get them something that'll help them financially. Now we aren't talking about gift cards, but instead helping them pay off some of that student loan debt.
How's your bank account looking after all that gift-giving? It's normal to have a little post-holiday financial trouble, but here's how to bounce back.
Losing a wallet, or having it stolen, can be a huge hassle that requires some quick and specific action to minimize the damage.
Unemployment continues to decline among the nation's employers, but there are still thousands losing their jobs on a weekly basis. It can be a disorienting experience that still requires quick action on a handful of tasks to keep a bad situation from getting worse.
Most Americans dread the holidays due to spending, according to a new survey.