Crown Financial CEO Chuck Bentley Answers, ‘Should I Tithe off My Gross Income or...

Chuck, My wife and I have always tithed off our gross income. A few years ago we made the difficult decision to take our Social...

Is Fantasy Football Gambling? Is Fantasy Football a Sin?

by Chuck Bentley Dear Chuck, Is fantasy football gambling? My oldest sons (14 and 17) and husband are really into it and I am wondering if...

Oprah ‘Loves’ the Fact That Harriet Tubman Was Selected to Appear on the New...

"I love it," Oprah Winfrey shouted, pumping her fist in the air. There was no mistaking her feelings about Harriet Tubman being selected as the...

Dave Ramsey On Navigating the Line Between Generosity and Overspending

Dear Dave, I’ve heard you talk about the importance of giving using the phrase “outrageous generosity.” But at what point does outrageous generosity become foolish...
Fifteen percent of white households are worth more than $1 million, double the percentage in 1992. (iStock)

1 in 7 White Families Qualify as Millionaires; for Black Families, it’s 1 in...

The share of white millionaires in the United States has doubled in the past quarter-century, with 1 in 7 white families now worth more...

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf Quits, Replaced by Tim Sloan

Wells Fargo & Co's veteran chairman and chief executive officer, John Stumpf abruptly departed on Wednesday bowing to pressure over its sales tactics that...

What to Do if You Were Hit by the Equifax Breach

An estimated 143 million U.S. consumers could be affected by a cybersecurity attack carried out against Equifax, one of the nation's three largest credit-reporting...

Asian Shares Rise After Recent Record Highs on Wall Street

Asian shares advanced Thursday, taking their cue from the latest record highs on Wall Street. Chinese investors are holding back ahead of a key...

NFL Player Who Works Part-Time on Wall Street Invests and Saves Nearly 90% of...

Detroit Lions defensive end Brandon Copeland knows that his NFL career has a expiration date. "It's guaranteed football is going to be over one...

Equifax Breach Exposes 143 Million People to Identity Theft

Credit monitoring company Equifax has been hit by a high-tech heist that exposed the Social Security numbers and other sensitive information about 143 million...

US Stocks Mixed as Retailers Fall & Tech Companies Rise

U.S. stocks are little changed Thursday afternoon as retailers and media companies decline but technology and industrial companies rise. Retailers are down after women’s...

Former SBC President Ronnie Floyd Shares 5 Lessons he Learned From Dave Ramsey

This year I decided to tread new waters and launch a new venture to develop leaders: a leadership podcast, featuring conversations with some of America's...
Commutes are equally miserable for all. (Reuters/Lucas Jackson)

Wage Gap Between Whites and Blacks is Becoming Inexplicable

The gap in employment and earnings between black and white workers in the US is nothing new. Still, 53 years after the Civil Rights...

White House Says Business Tax Cuts Will Give Families $4,000 More Annually

By slashing corporate tax rates, the Trump administration said Monday, the average U.S. household will get an estimated $4,000 more a year. This stunning 5...

Debt & Protectionism Could Drag Down Global Economy

The global economy has picked up and prospects for the next few months are the best in a long time. But the recovery is maturing...

How to Freeze Your Credit After the Equifax Data Breach

Nearly half of Americans may have had their information stolen in the massive Equifax data breach revealed last week, and experts say freezing your credit...

Serena Williams Tried To Deposit her First $1 Million Check At a Bank Drive-Thru

Tennis superstar Serena Williams is one of the highest-paid athletes in the world, but money has never gotten to her head. “I’ve actually never played for money — I...
Black Americans, as a group, have struggled to move up the economic ladder. (Getty Images/Blend Images)

African Americans Are the Only U.S. Racial Group Earning Less Than They Did in...

African Americans were worse off financially in 2016 than they were in 2000. The median income for an African American household was $39,490 last year,...

For Millennials, There’s No Place Like Home When it’s Time to Save for One

The road to Meagan Walsh's dream house wound through the room she grew up in. Like many Millennials, Walsh graduated from college without a job...

Mellody Hobson on What Students Need to Know About ‘Student Loans’

Why are we talking about student loans right now?  An interesting analysis shows that shopping around is a good thing for student loan holders willing...