The jobless rate dropped to a 5-year low — but that doesn't mean the job market is out of the woods yet.
It should be working well by the end of November. That's the Obama administration's rough timetable for completing a long list of fixes to HealthCare.gov, the new, trouble-plagued website for... Read more »
Patients are being pushed to shop more for health care by insurance plans that require them to pay higher out-of-pocket costs. But finding the right deal is often no easy task. Here are five... Read more »
Think you can keep a medical condition secret from life insurers by paying cash for prescription meds? Think again. Read more »
A survey from FindLaw.com says less than one-third of Americans believe they will ever be paid any benefits from Social Security when they retire. Read more »
A wide range of institutional and private investors hold debt issued by the U.S. government. This debt may be in the form of U.S. Treasury bills, notes or bonds, with the difference between these... Read more »
Asian stocks rose Monday after U.S. markets gained on stronger corporate profits and China reported a rebound in economic growth in the latest quarter. Read more »
The last thing on Christian Klenner’s mind is whether he has enough money to pay for college, but it’s one of the first things his parents thought about when he was born. Read more »
Philosophers, op-ed writers and other big thinkers are among the many folks always scouring for linkages between seemingly disparate trends and occurrences. But there’s one linkage I believe... Read more »
A new poll by the Pew Research Center shows that most Americans aren't hopeful about the future of the country's economy. Read more »
My wife decided to leave her successful career to follow a passion. How do I support her while dealing with my insecurity about money and our future? Read more »
It might seem like a paid vacation for the 500,000 federal workers on furlough. Read more »
It’s ironic, but bankers and fiscally irresponsible governments despise gold and silver. Why? Because precious metals demand credibility and accountability, that’s why. Read more »
Is your company making a paltry contribution to your 401(k) retirement account? If so, this may be why. Read more »
Tips to avoid fraud in the health insurance marketplace: Read more »
When Jennifer Williams walked into the Nalley Lexus dealership in Cobb County, Ga., on a recent Tuesday, all she needed was a salesperson to provide her a good deal on her trade-in, the keys to her... Read more »
Bitcoins are a semi-anonymous, virtual money that is complex to understand but that everybody may be using someday. Read more »
Some mortgage applicants will be accepted by every lender, and others will be rejected by every lender. But there is a group of “marginal applicants” who will be rejected by some... Read more »
America's favorite middle class entitlement, the mortgage deduction, is coming under fire as critics argue that its skews housing values and provides subsidies for bad decisions. Read more »
Looking across a number of indexes representing a broad array of asset sectors across the globe, the top performing asset sector in the third quarter of 2013 was an index representing developed... Read more »
Katie Gillespie, age 29, is smiling. Read more »
They speak different languages, live in countries rich and poor, face horrible job markets and healthy ones. When it comes to money, though, they act as one: They're holding tight to their cash,... Read more »
A mortgage is often the single biggest loan someone obtains in his or her lifetime, typically costing tens of thousands of dollars in interest alone. Read more »
From the age of 23, when she was the first female steelworker at Butler Manufacturing, Diana Arends labored to carve out a solid middle-class existence. Read more »
California moved into uncharted territory last week by pushing its minimum wage toward $10 an hour. There is some dispute about whether this will help or hurt low-wage workers, and some question... Read more »
A prolonged government shutdown could deliver a substantial blow to an already softening housing recovery. Read more »
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