After weeks of rising prices, gas prices remained steady last week: AAA
Delta Dental surveyed 1,000 parents of children between 6 and 12 and found that inflation is hurting tooth fairy payouts.
15% of homebuyers bought with their parents, siblings or friends in order to afford a home.
More drivers want to know their total cost of car ownership before they drive off the lot and many want the option of embedded insurance at the dealership, a recent Polly survey said.
The Plaza hotel in New York City has hosted celebrities like Tommy Hilfiger and Frank Lloyd Wright.
The first batch of student debt cancellations under the SAVE plan is underway as President Joe Biden announced $1.2 billion in student loan forgiveness six months ahead of schedule.
Early estimates for Social Security benefits and cost of living adjustments are low as inflation slows, but seniors struggle to make ends meet.
The survey by LendingTree suggests that many people in the U.S. may still be struggling amid ongoing, high inflation.
The share of mortgages with a rate below 6% has fallen from last year's record high, indicating that some homeowners have given up their lower rate to move, according to a recent Redfin report.
The customers say the fees are “junk fees” and the actions by the bank are “predatory.”
Certain states are seeing an uptick in listing as more homeowners are considering selling.
Student loan borrowers dealing with serious financial hardship may qualify for Biden's new round of student loan forgiveness.
Pay for it, or put it back. That's the message from Gig Harbor Police. In a matter of two days, they arrested almost 20 people for shoplifting.
A majority of U.S. taxpayers feel they pay too much in taxes, with many saying that they receive a poor value in return.
Nike is laying off 2% of its corporate workforce as it contends with weaker consumer spending.
The U.S. Department of Education is stepping in to support colleges in sending out financial aid awards sooner to students after an inflation fix to the new FAFSA form delayed the timeline.
Target's new dealworthy low-cost brand will include everyday items like power cords, undergarments, socks, laundry detergent, dish soap and more.
Over 360 colleges have committed to being more transparent about their costs, while the U.S. Department of Education offers more loan forgiveness.
Fannie Mae survey said that homebuyers feel better about mortgage rates but still don't think now is a good time to buy a home.
Inflation slowed from December to January, but remained above the sub-3% growth economists had expected, according to the Consumer Price Index.