Personal Finance

More than 70 million Americans have debt in collections, and certain parts of the country are more affected than others.
Not all retirement considerations are local. Some retirement rules apply to almost everyone.
More than half of American adults are concerned that an unexpected medical bill could lead to crushing debt or bankruptcy.
A graded and authenticated T206 Honus Wagner card is about to close in an auction and will fetch a record price.
Are baseball cards a hobby or an investment? If so, are we witnessing the same sort of bubble that was seen back in the 1980s and early 1990s?
With limited job prospects and with many businesses closed or at reduced capacity, millions of American renters may be evicted from where they live.
Redfin announced on Monday that almost half of all offers on home purchases faced competition in May as optimism about the state of the economy began to rise.
Government statistics often look haywire or get out of whack, but there are certain moments when batched economic reports almost look like mass schizophrenia has arrived.
In the COVID-19-induced instant recession of 2020, the big mistake the public is making is tapping into their retirement accounts.
Sometimes the best way to get a message out is visually. After all, there is an absolute media overload that occurs for many people who invest and for those who just watch the news. 24/7 Wall St. has...
Apple borrowed $8.5 billion Monday in a four-part bond deal. Why? Because right now, money is cheap.
Many retail investors have complained over time that buying some of the market’s greatest stocks is just too difficult or too expensive for them to buy into. The notion of fractional ownership...
The recession is crushing the lottery along with everything else. Buying a lottery ticket may have become a luxury expense, now that over 26 million American workers have filed for unemployment in...
The economy was looking great at the start of 2020 with higher wages, low unemployment and a very healthy consumer. It took less than 60 days for the stock market to begin its slide and less than 75...
Despite the government aid coming for payroll protection, many small and independent business owners are now worried that they may never recover from the coronavirus-triggered recession.