According to a new survey credit and debit card fraud worldwide is actually growing. These are the countries where you’re most likely to experience credit-card fraud and what you can do to protect yourself.
College tours can influence the decision-making process. Here’s how to plan campus visits on the cheap.
You know you need a budget to spend money wisely, but could losing weight and decluttering help, too? By gaining control of one area of life it may be possible to use that as a catalyst to master money as well.
Roth 401(k)s are tax-advantaged retirement savings accounts that combine many of the benefits of a traditional 401(k) plan and a Roth individual retirement account — with a few major differences, too.
Carol Bradley Bursack offers tips on dealing with an aging parent coming to live with you.
Fees can chip away at your international travel budget. Each time you use your credit card or withdraw cash, you may be racking up fees. But you don’t have to pay fees. Here’s how to identify and avoid fees when you travel abroad.
A new tool called My Activity makes it easier than ever to see what information Google is stockpiling about you — and delete things you’d rather it forget. Here’s what you need to know about this new tool and how it can help you manage your privacy.
The rules surrounding your Social Security benefits can be confusing. And the topic of collecting benefits while you’re still working can add to this confusion.
Having a baby brings excitement and joy — and a whole new set of money worries. Pitfalls abound, but so do opportunities to get your finances in order. With careful attention and a little discipline, you can start your family off strong financially and create a safety net for the years ahead.