Some taxpayers are just now receiving a scary letter from the IRS: a warning the federal taxman will seize their state income tax refund. Here's what to do.
Medicare's annual open enrollment period ends Dec. 7, which means you have a week left to check whether there's a better coverage option for 2021.
More shoppers are expected to buy online this year amid the Covid-19 pandemic. But consumers should also beware of certain risks while shopping on the web.
Financial advisors, active asset owners and investment managers deploy shareholder advocacy to make corporations notice and respond to shareholder concerns.
Women will control around $30 trillion by the end of the decade, and financial services firms must commit and adapt to find ways to better meet their needs.
Here's how single parents can get on track during the coronavirus pandemic.
Whether you have meager or massive assets, it's worth addressing what would happen to everything you own if you were no longer here.
Coronavirus vaccines may be imminent but travel may take years to fully rebound and, no matter the timing, will likely look different than it did pre-pandemic.
Another weekly boost to unemployment benefits would most likely be part of any upcoming stimulus bill. However, negotiations are currently at an impasse.
Working remotely from different states? You could face new tax obligations next year.
Expiring state eviction bans have led to hundreds of thousands of additional coronavirus cases, new research finds.
Brandon Leake, the latest winner of NBC's "America's Got Talent," plans to use his prize money to pay off his student debt.
Despite customers getting their money, the Federal Trade Commission is still seeking a court order against alleged “deceptive acts” by Beam.
Living with extended family can provide emotional and financial support. It's also been a challenge during the coronavirus pandemic.
Financial advisors commit investment fraud every year. Here are the red flags consumers should watch for before and during engagement with a money manager.
We still don't know whether taxes will rise next year, but one thing's for sure: You can still act now to lower your 2020 tax bill.
In a new survey, 54% of respondents said they were spending more each month on caregiving since the start of the crisis.
Got a flexible spending account? You're running out of time to use your funds.
Millions of workers will lose their unemployment benefits at the end of December unless Congress passes legislation.
As Thanksgiving approaches, long lines are popping up at food banks nationwide. Increasing jobless protections with new legislation could help, experts say.
A blended family's financial life is tricky enough in normal times. Here's how to navigate the pandemic.
Holiday debt typically rises every year, but in 2020 financial experts caution shoppers to stick to a budget.
In 2018, a taskforce at MIT set out to understand how work will change in the coming decades. They lay out their findings in a new 92-page report.
Mary Roberts lost $60,000 in contracts when Covid-19 decimated the cruise line industry. Now, she's working five jobs and struggling to stay afloat.
Some of the best Black Friday deals of the season are already online. Here are the top picks from shopping pros.
Generally, when a debt is canceled, you can expect to owe taxes. How might this look if student loan balances are forgiven?
Index mutual funds and ETFs generally outperform active funds, after fees. Yet investors may fare better with active funds in certain categories.
Your Social Security number is the No. 1 piece of data fraudsters want. These are the scams you and your loved ones don't want to fall for.
Many businesses have exhausted funding from a loan program that's propped up payrolls and some states reimposed shutdown measures. For those who lose their jobs again, there's a silver lining: Th...
Open enrollment season is swiftly approaching, meaning it's time to review your employer-sponsored plans and benefits. Here are six money-saving benefits you shouldn't miss.