This Bill Could Change The Way Americans Pay For CollegeHouse Republicans want to completely overhaul a federal law that governs higher education in the U.S.
The Hidden Fear Driving The Market SurgeFear -- of missing out: Fear can influence the stock market in powerful ways -- during booms as well as busts.
Trump Era's Turbulence Missing On Wall Street Amid Another Stock Market RecordWhile the Trump era has brought enormous turbulence to Washington, that volatility has been missing on Wall Street.
Refinancing Student Debt: Is It Right For You?For many, graduation marks the end of college and the beginning of paying down college debt.
Scandal-Plagued Bank To Refund Some FeesWells Fargo plans to refund as many as 110-thousand customers who paid mortgage rate lock extension fees.
Warren Buffett: Government Should Do More To Combat PovertyBillionaire Warren Buffet says while America will continue to prosper, the government and philanthropy should do more to combat poverty that makes it difficult for some to succeed.
'We Can't Find Them': Puerto Rico Low On Drivers To Deliver SuppliesMoney is now even becoming scarce in Puerto Rico as they struggle to recover from Hurricane Maria with little water, food and fuel.
What Trump's Tax Plan Means For Wealthy, PoorPresident Donald Trump and congressional Republicans are rolling out a wide-ranging plan to cut taxes for individuals and corporations, simplify the tax system, and likely double the standard deduction used by most Americans.
Half Of Middle Income Earners Worry About Money Once A WeekIf you work hard and bring home a moderate paycheck, you probably worry about your finances at least once a week.
Consumer Confidence Rising Across StateIt looks we're starting to feel a little better about our finances.
TD Bank Could Pay $9 Million To Coin-Counting Machine Users In Class-Action LawsuitTD Bank customers were allegedly shortchanged by nearly 1,200 "Penny Arcade" coin-counting machines up until 2016.
Lauren's List: These Old Spending Rules Should Be BrokenNo one wants to be guilty of committing a financial faux pas, but according to U.S. News and World Report, some of the money and spending rules of the past ought to be broken.