for the U.S. housing market remains a problem for many families across the
It's a tricky subject
to broach: What exactly do millennials want from the housing market?
Finding the perfect home improvement project can be tricky.
With tax season rapidly approaching, many Americans will scramble to get all of their financial information and documentation in one place.
Here are some budget friendly tips to help you find furniture for that new office, second bedroom or family room in your new home.
For Americans hoping to travel overseas on a budget, it's time to strike while the iron is hot.
60 percent of Americans have checked their credit report in
the past year.
The temperature isn't the only thing to rise during the nation's warm summer months. Save up for fun in the sun with these summer budgeting tips.
Make the mortgage process smoother by having these documents ready when deciding to proceed with your new loan.
There are two major
building blocks that most Americans try to save for: retirement and their
children's college education.
The majority of
Americans who are anticipating a tax refund don't seem likely to splurge on
unnecessary items, according to a recent survey.
Low gas prices help the housing market Falling prices at the gas pump may be doing more than some people expect. According to Maggie Parker of Comstoc
Americans who stick to a fiscal budget are few and far between, as only about 40 percent of adults have crafted a budget.
The stay-at-home mom
stereotype can finally be laid to rest.
For many people, deciding the type of home remodeling project they want to tackle first is one of the toughest steps to figure out.
As the warm months of summer rapidly approach, it's a good idea for many homeowners to consider how and when they will use their air conditioner.
Music festivals are starting to pop up all around the country these days.
If you are considering investing your finances, here are a few ideas to get you started.
Buying a home may seem like an intimidating process, especially if this is the first time you're going through it.
If you have filed your taxes by yourself for a number of years, you may consider yourself a tax season vet.
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