By Andrew Housser
For today's retirees, the "golden years" may be losing their luster. The average baby boomer (the 28 million Americans born between 1945 and 1964) is a half-million dollars short on individual retirement savings. As a result, more than half will need to work seven years or
Have you ever had the problem of receiving so many "deals" in your email inbox that you don't have time to sift through them all? Well, it turns out there's a better way to find Internet deals you actually want without spending valuable time searching through the ones you don't want. "
By Lewis Humphries
While student debt has always represented a controversial and prominent issue, its recent ascent has triggered even greater consternation. Not only are the current generation of students borrowing more to fund their education, but they are also are entering an employment market
By Kimberly Weisul
The newest finance regulator on the block, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, does business very differently than traditional banking regulators, said David Hemmingway, Chief Investment Office of Zions Bancorporation. That's going to affect entrepreneurs'
By Ilya Pozin
Entrepreneurship, at its best, is synonymous with learning. Don't let the overnight success stories fool you. The more common story looks like this: test a product, fail, retest, and improve. Mistakes are a crucial part of this process.
Of course, not all mistakes are
By Andrew Beattie
As soon as you put the word "financial" in the title of an article, many people click away, assuming that the topic will be expressed in arcane mathematics that requires an MBA to understand. Because so many people run from any mention of finance, writers walk a fine line between
By Andrew Housser
In 2009, with the intent of protecting consumers, Congress passed the Credit CARD (Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure) Act. The law regulates credit card lender practices, including communication with consumers. In the three years it has been in effect, the CARD
(NewsUSA) - It's summer. Do you know where your cellphone is? That's not a silly question in light of new findings that more mobile phones are lost, stolen or damaged in June, July and August than any other months all year -- with July holding the dubious top honors. "People are outdoors,
By Rene Shimada Siegel
Summer is here, the kids are out of school and the temperature is soaring. You're also getting tons of auto-respond vacation messages and voicemail greetings that promise a return call when your contact is back in the office … in August.