Seven Things Newlyweds Can Do to Avoid Arguing Over Money

A significant factor in marital success is how couples handle their financial lives. In fact financial discord could be the biggest marriage warning sign, according to a study conducted by researchers at Kansas State University.

"Arguments about money are by far the top predictor of divorce," said Sonya Britt, a Kansas State University researcher and program director of its personal financial planning program. "It's not children, sex, in-laws or anything else. It's money -- for both men and women."

Don’t Make This Mistake With Your College Loans

The average debt that college students are graduating with continues to rise.

Nearly seven out of 10 graduating seniors in 2015 left college with student debt, according to a report from the Institute for College Access and Success (TICAS). 

Eight Tips for Beginning Investors

Beginning Investors' Piggy BankOne of the best ways to become financially secure in retirement is to develop solid financial habits

The Best Way to Borrow for College

As recently as the early 1990s, most students did not take out college loansToday, almost two out of every three college s

Cash Transfers: Who is Giving Money to Whom

One nagging financial worry that some younger adults fear is that they may one day have to support their elderly parents.

Advice From Warren Buffet

It’s doubtful that any American is more admired for his financial prowess and commo

A March Madness Investing Lesson

It’s March, which means millions of Americans are spending or wasting, depending on your point of view, many hours watching and discus

529 College Plans Have Gotten More Flexible

A 529 Plan is an education savings plan operated by a state or educational institution designed to help

Tax Updates for 2015

Every year brings with it tax law changes.

As we start the new year, here are changes that you may need to know about: