The Internal Revenue Service reminds small businesses of the many free products available to help them understand and comply with the law
Do you have enough cash to handle an unexpected emergency expense? According to a new survey, a significant number of Americans don't have an emergency savings fund and don't see the lack of one as a problem.
According to economic theory, low unemployment will lead to rising wages as employers compete for the small pool of qualified workers
Financial regrets can have longer-lasting consequences and, according to a recent survey, 76% of Americans have some form of financial regret
"Always check your credit report for errors, and dispute any errors as soon as possible." We normally give this advice, but there are a few exceptions to this rule – including when you are preparing to apply for a mortgage
Your kids are growing up fast. Soon, it will be time to have ... the talk. No, not that one. We're referring to the talk about responsible use of credit.
Do you consider a rewards program as an integral part of your credit card choice? According to a new study by finder.com, close to one-third of Americans use credit cards just to get the associated rewards.
Homeownership remains a goal for most Americans. However, a recent report shows eight concerns renters have regarding that goal
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