Homeownership, a hallmark of the American Dream, is being questioned by a growing number of skeptics who think it is not a good investment.
AT&T has made a $39 billion bid to purchase T-Mobile. If the DOJ and FCC agree, it would create the largest wireless company in the United States.
The Community Financial Services Association of America, which represents U.S. personal lenders, stands against aggressive collection practices.
A bridge loan is used most often to fill the gap of financing between purchasing houses, but people are finding other ways to use them now.
In a minor victory for the working class, the Wisconsin anti-collective bargaining law has been temporarily blocked by a Dane County judge.
The FTC has charged Legacy Learning $250,000 for creating fake online reviews; this shows how you purchase online is as important as where.
JP Morgan Chase is leading the charge to raise non-customer ATM fees. The bank has introduced a whopping $5 non-customer fee.
Lower your homeowners insurance premium with these hidden homeowners insurance credits.
As the debt collection industry booms, debt collection arrest warrants are interfering with pursuit of serious crimes in some states.
Calling cash "inefficient," Visa has announced a new P2P payment system that will compete with PayPal and start-ups like Square.
Congress is looking to curtail the reach of the Consumer Financial Protection Agency, as some legislators believe it has too much power.
Illinois Lending Corp. is suing so that a provision within the Illinois Payday Loan Reform Act can be blocked. It's a Constitution argument.
Prices for Tibetan Mastiffs have risen 500 percent in the last few years as China's super-rich seek the breed as the ultimate status symbol.
Nuclear power is a great way to get cheaper electricity, and new plants are unlikely because of the crisis in Japan and U.S. budget cuts.
You can save a bundle with extreme coupon clipping and food stockpiling. One mother of four says she feeds her family for $10 a week.
The NCAA tournament each year generates billions of dollars in broadcast rights, advertising revenue and betting on games in office pools.
The United States adjusts the Consumer Price Index every few years, but the U.K. has already updated its basket to include smartphone apps.