Some expecting parents may forget to prepare for what will likely be their biggest expense when the baby arrives.
For starters, begin hoarding cash.
The IRS audited a little more than 1 million individual tax returns in 2016, down 16 percent from the year before and the lowest amount since 2004.
Trump's election, a key court ruling and the Republican sweep in Congress pose a growing threat to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Open enrollment can be confusing, but if you take these steps you can increase your odds of finding the right health plan.
Premiums for popular plans on HealthCare.gov are rising by 25 percent on average, but the increases will be more drastic in certain areas.
Some of the challenges faced by lower-income families could inadvertently drive up what they pay for car insurance, consumer advocates say.
Most customers may be restricted by little-known agreements they signed when they opened their real accounts.
Lawmakers raise questions over whether the bank and regulators could have done a better job of catching unethical behavior by bank employees.
Potential rules outlined by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau would make it easier for consumers to determine when and how they are contacted by debt collectors.