Lower pay over time amounts to less in savings -- and smaller Social Security payments down the road.
Median income was flat last year, the Census Bureau said. The only increases in income were among the lowest paid.
People who aren’t careful when they make the change can face steep fees for missed payments, money transfers and overdrafts.
Almost half of family caregivers spend more than $5,000 a year on caring for elderly family members, a new study shows.
Borrowers over the age of 65 held six times as much in federal student loans in 2013 as they did in 2005.
Public service loan forgiveness -- helpful for steering people into nonprofit work -- gives people an opening to milk the system, a report shows.
In some markets, a 20 percent down payment can be substantial. Ending the trips to Starbucks isn’t going to cut it.
Readers chime in as to why young people are avoiding credit cards.
A survey finds that young consumers prefer debit over credit, but that aversion to credit can have downsides.
Pensions are harder to find, but they’re still common among employers in the utilities and insurance sectors.