When it comes to what people are looking for in their ideal Valentine's Day date, don't ignore Cupid's lesser-known weapon: fiscal responsibility.
FTC honcho heads Student Aid Enforcement unit while student loan write-offs are a likely cause for concern at ED.
Don't surprise a spouse or partner with a low credit score - make honesty the best policy.
To really make a relationship work, aim for fun over money when choosing a mate - to a point.
Americans can waste thousands of dollars annually by careless debt and spending. It's time to fight back.
The U.S. government has overstepped its bounds as conservator to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and should either let them wind them down or resurrect.
Demand for commercial and residential space is likely to increase in the U.S., a trend that will benefit real estate investment trusts.
A solid U.S. economy and wariness about equity markets should continue to turn investors toward real estate.
Prices for real estate investment trusts sank in 2015. But one strategist foresees a good -- and stable -- year for REITs in 2016.
Protect your nest egg from further market declines by cutting your losses and maximize your tax benefits.
John Kasich emphasizes his success creating jobs in his home state, but can he do the same nationwide?
The United States economy would certainly look different under a Bernie Sanders presidency, but it might not be as crazy as you would think, given he's a socialist.
As voters move toward choosing the presidential nominees in the early events of the season, it's worth looking at how one leading cadidate -- Trump -- would handle the economy.
Life under a President Bernie Sanders could be pretty great, economically speaking, according to one new analysis.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies to Congress this week. A lot is riding on her testimony -- including the performance of the stock market.