A recently published BankRate.com survey discovered roughly half of all working Americans and 75 percent of millennials do not own any stock or 401(k) plans. But why?
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If your credit is severely damaged, you can still take steps to repair it. In order to do so, though, you need to make sure you don’t hurt your credit even further. Avoid sabotaging your credit repair efforts by steering clear of these common pitfalls.
Consumers typically worry about credit card fraud when making purchases online or conducting ATM transactions, but over the past few years, fraudulent credit card activity has taken the form of gas station scams that use technology to victimize patrons.
While the smartwatch is not new, Apple is known for taking an existing concept and turning it into the next must-have consumer electronics product. The Apple Watch is no exception.
This year I opened my first credit card. It comes with a $500 credit limit and an interest rate that almost exceeds my age. If you’re wondering why I’m so excited to be the owner of what is basically a Fisher-Price credit card, you have to understand the Napoleon complex that not having any credit gave me.
The home-buying process can be an exciting time for many people. As you start to look at homes, you might be wondering “is it cheaper to build or buy a house”? While there are pros and cons to each decision, you might be surprised when you compare the two.
Tax day is Wednesday, but who has the most legitimate gripe about paying income taxes? In other words, who pays the most?
Not everything about tax day has to be horrible. There are plenty of interesting facts to keep your mind busy during the lead up to the IRS’ deadline for tax filing.
Investors — and millennials — are nuts about Acorns, a new investment app that lets people automatically invest spare change from debit and credit card purchases.