There are many people who walk around with a great deal of confusion regarding Medicaid.
As the wealthy few continue to prosper, the rest of the nation is caught in a financial tug-of-war between stagnant wages and a rising cost of living.
As the nation continues its economic recovery, consumers harmed by a major mortgage servicer won an important victory.
Financially-troubled Corinthian Colleges, once one of the nation's largest for-profit colleges, has a new financial hurdle: a $30 million fine.
There is a statistical analysis that reports that the wealth inequality by race has grown since 2007.
Loretta Lynch and the nation are waiting — still.
It's an encouraging sign that an increasing number of students are completing high school and then enrolling in college. But it's a bad thing when student bank accounts come with abusive overdraft fees and place their financial aid at risk.
When we have a family member with special needs, we have an additional responsibility in planning for the future needs.
When an increasing number of Americans are striving to keep their financial houses in order, eliminating predatory lending is making news.
When it comes to financial services, many consumers are surprised by the range of fees attached to their transactions. From mortgages to checking accounts, credit cards and more, regulations for these products establish the ‘rules of the road ’for consumers ...
Although arbitration is often associated with labor unions, millions of consumers are also affected by it and don’t even know it. Often consumers find the extremely small print of credit agreements difficult to read. Others become bewildered by the legal ...
Financial stress can feel like a lonely struggle. But according to a new report by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, 460,700 consumers shared many of the same financial concerns and contacted the agency for help in just six months last ...
March is women’s history month. I want to take this moment to celebrate one of my S/heroes.
A new report by the New York Federal Reserve Bank seems to be saying that America's household credit and debt are about as uneven as the nation's economic recovery.
Thousands of students who are now or formerly enrolled at one of 52 Corinthian Colleges across the country will soon feel $480 million of financial relief on their private student loans.