According to a survey from Bankrate, the average cost of going to an ATM out of your network is $4.35 per transaction. Stop doing this. You are just throwing away money.
Many parents don’t realize until it’s too late that the timing of certain financial decisions made well before and even during college can significantly alter a student’s eligibility for aid from both the federal government and the university itself.
If you’re unhappy with your cell phone service now might be a unique time to either renegotiate your contract or move to a new carrier.
Saving is good, but some strategies may not actually pay off in the long run Avoid these 6 bad tricks.
CNNMoney presents a video by Christine Romans explaining how to minimize the tax bill for you and the heirs after your passing.
When it comes to investing, you’re probably doing it wrong. Here’s financial planner Peter Mallouk’s list of the biggest mistakes older investors make.
Requiring long-term care over an extended period of time can become extremely costly and devastate a nest egg without proper planning. Employer-based health plans may pay for extended-care services and Medicare doesn’t cover long stints in nursing homes or at-home care. To help cover potential continuing care expenses, many experts advise boomers to purchase long-term care insurance.
Americans keep plenty of secrets when it comes to money — some they even keep from their significant others. One in three people in a relationship say they have hidden cash from their partner. Experts say when you make your budget, make sure each member of the couple gets a certain amount of money to spend on what they want to each month without many strings attached — which can help prevent couples feeling the need to hide cash or spend secretly.
Choices you make in your 30s will determine how you will be living in your 60s. Yahoo!Finance has some mistakes you should avoid making now.