Managing Your Money
If you’re one of the millions of Americans expected to buy a new car or truck this year, here are some tips that will help you negotiate the best price.
Many consumers are frustrated with big banks but are hesitant to switch because they think it will be a hassle. It doesn't have to be if you follow these 5 easy steps.
Researchers expect auto sales to grow over the next few years. If you’re ready to replace your car with a newer model, here are some tips that will help you find and pay for the perfect ride.
Energy costs should be one of the first places you look to save money. Fortunately, the TVA makes it easy for Tennesseans to reduce their utility bills. Here are the five main steps in the process.
Are you among the 73 percent of Americans who made at least one money-related New Year’s resolution? If you haven’t made your resolutions yet or need some inspiration to stick with them, here are 12 ideas to get you started.
Chances are you’re one of the millions of consumers who plan on ordering a few holiday items from the comfort of your home instead of braving the malls. If that’s the case, it’s important to know how to keep your personal information safe online.
Karen Clark reviews some tips for musicians and entertainers--or others with unpredictable incomes--to help you budget and save for retirement.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opened for business on July 21. If you don’t know what the CFPB is, you’re not alone. A recent poll by Consumers Union found that 32 percent of respondents were not aware that the federal government had formed the agency.
Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the best way to eliminate problems with available money is to be aware of the financial aspects before departing.
Credit reports are not the only documents out there that provide a glimpse into your financial past. Here’s what you need to know about the various reports that might contain your information—and who can look at them.