Personal Finance

Don’t let what you owe hold you back.

Before you give cash to your favorite charity, there are a couple of strategies you might want to consider instead.

“Think of a credit freeze as a state-of-the-art home security system that helps keep the bad guys out.”

Recover now from summer spending so you won’t feel squeezed at the holidays.

Deciding whether to use extra cash to pay down debt or build an emergency fund depends on several factors, from your employment situation to your tolerance threshold for debt stress.

The risk of needing long-term care won’t go away if you ignore it, said Marguerita M. Cheng, CEO of Blue Ocean Global Wealth. Here’s how to begin preparing.

As the market rally continues to break records, here’s one thing you need to remember: The good times can’t last.

These tips can help you detect whether you’re working with a dishonest financial professional.

Sharon Epperson joins us on set to talk about common money mistakes made in college — and how to avoid them.

Most students are navigating new financial territory when they reach college. Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes.

Here are some key steps to take right away if you win big in Tuesday night’s drawing.

This is the age when certain retirees stand to lose the least by not waiting until age 70 to start receiving Social Security.

Factor in this cost if you’re planning to buy a new home.

Even though love is blind, more young couples focus on prenuptial agreements before walking down the aisle.

Are you planning to travel this summer? Sharon Epperson joins us to keep you informed about the fraud tactics you may come across.