The investment giant’s move could send cryptocurrency investing further into the mainstream if employers decide to offer the option.
Inflation-adjusted U.S. savings bonds provide a guaranteed interest rate that soon will rise to nearly 10%. We untangle the rules and strategies for making the most of them.
The combination of high inflation and high market valuations could require revisions to the retirement rule-of-thumb.
With interest rates on I Bonds set to approach 10%, taxpayers can use their tax refunds to buy more than the normal $10,000 limit.
Borrowers who defaulted on their student loans will get a second chance and a higher credit score.
Prices are changing so quickly, it’s tough to know what’s a good deal right now.
With student-loan payments on hold until the end of August, here are five ways to put the extension to a good use.
There is a growing sense of urgency to list properties before the housing market cools.
Delaying the age for required minimum distributions gives retirees more opportunities to use certain tax strategies.
Workers can save more and delay withdrawals under a measure passed by House.
Consider your pay cut, health insurance, and Social Security benefits.
The Journal’s bracket simulates the men’s and women’s NCAA tournament results based on the average prices students pay to attend.
It might seem easy to joke about people in their 30s and 40s still being on their family’s plans. But those facing surging prices for everything from cars to cantaloupe say that bundled phone lines make good financial sense.
New data from Square suggests that inflation and a return to normal may mean less generous gratuities from customers.
Many Americans knew inflation was here. But now they say they can feel it—at the gas pump, the local coffee shop and the grocery store.
Financial advisers say you should pay down your high-interest debt as quickly as possible, given the Fed’s stance.
The Fed raised its short-term benchmark rate, which can affect how much you pay on your mortgage, credit cards and more.
Car ownership is pricier now than it has been in years, but by how much? Use this tool to assess the financial pain no matter what vehicle you choose.
Improving a credit score and using discount points can help buyers obtain a better deal, even as interest rates are expected to rise.
Starting today, Equifax will record “pay-in-four” installment loans in credit reporting. If you use these services, here’s how to keep your credit score intact.