Wells Fargo CEO to Forfeit $41 Million In Compensation After Bank’s Sales Scandal

Wells Fargo and Co. said that it plans on taking $41 million in compensation from Chairman and Chief Executive John Stumpf due to the...

Tips to Keep Your Personal Information Safe While Shopping Online

After a busy holiday weekend in shopping malls, millions of Americans are expected to log on and keep shopping today, the day dubbed Cyber...

Use of Voiceprinting at Some Banks Sparks Privacy Concerns

JPMorgan Chase & Co and Wells Fargo & Co are using callers' voiceprints to fight fraud, according to an investigation conducted by the Associated Press. A...

Study Finds People Who Mention God When Taking Out a Loan Are Less Likely...

A new study from three big-brain economists—Oded Netzer and Alain Lemaire from Columbia and Michal Herzenstein of the University of Delaware—put their undoubtedly intelligent heads together to...

Jobs Are Growing, but Paychecks Aren’t

For American workers, it's a familiar refrain: Jobs are plentiful but they don't pay very much. The unemployment rate is falling, but it's because...

Federal Reserve’s Interest Rate Hike Expected to Modestly Temper Economy’s Growth

A Federal Reserve interest rate hike Thursday could shake markets but is likely to cause just a ripple in the solidly growing economy, analysts...

Actor Anthony Anderson Had to Tell His Mother ‘No’ When She Kept Asking Him...

The actor got candid about personal finance and investing for the future. Anthony Anderson's mother didn't raise no fool. The Black-ish actor spoke at "Correcting My Financial...

Sale! Southwest Airline Fares Fall Below $100 per Round-trip

Southwest’s broad twice-a-year blockbuster fare sale is back, with round-trip fares below $100 on dozens of the carrier’s shortest routes. The sale fares also include longer routes,...

Open Enrollment Season for Medicare Is Near – Here’s How to Navigate It

April might be the cruelest month, but Oct. 15 through Dec. 7 have to be the cruelest days of the year. That’s when Uncle...

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...

Data Hackers Should Be Feared, but So Should People Close to You Who Have...

A spate of high-profile data breaches have brought worries about identity theft to a fever pitch. But consumers may be overlooking a risk that's...

Federal Housing Finance Agency Reportedly Paid Law Firms $373 Million to Sue Banks

The Federal Housing Finance Agency disclosed on Thursday that it paid two law firms over $373 million since 2010 to pursue litigation against several...

Ways to Overcome Financial Anxiety

If words like "money," "finance," or "portfolio" cause you to break-out in a sweat, your heart to race, your blood-pressure to rise and your...

3 Problems McDonald’s Has That Raising Wages Won’t Solve

McDonald's made a big splash on Wednesday by announcing that it planned to raise worker pay at the outlets it operates by more than...

Stocks Fall Again After Oil Price Dips Below $41

Stocks traded more than 1 percent lower on Thursday as investors weighed fresh lows in oil prices and continued uncertainty over the Fed amid...

‘Messed Up’ TurboTax Refunds Customers

Investors outraged by TurboTax’s recent change that forced them to pay 50% more for the tax preparation software can put down their pitchforks. TurboTax isn’t just...

Tech Workers Who Make a Lot of Money Are Pushing Out Renters Who Can’t...

Low- and middle-income residents of San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle and other metro areas, are getting pushed out of their homes as an influx of...

Why You Should Keep Business and Personal Expenses Separate

Earlier this year I had to go to Norway for work. My girlfriend wanted to come too, so we combined business with pleasure, staying...

Report says Seniors Often Overspend on Mortgage and Credit Cards

How do you spend your money? Well, if you're like the average older American you might be spending far too much on mortgage debt...

The Unemployment Rate for Black Women Falls to Single Digits for First Time in...

During another slow month of economic recovery, the unemployment rate for Black women 20 years and older fell to 9.9 percent in February, the...