FOX anchor Liz Claman has interviewed Warren Buffett many times over the years. And today, she shares with us the most important words of investment wisdom she’s learned from him.
If you’re trying to establish credit for the first time, one of the best ways to do so is by getting a credit card. But, you’ve probably heard the downsides of credit cards, too. Personal finance expert Scott Gamm weighs in on what you need to consider.
Splitting the check at dinner can get complicated—and dividing bills like rent and utilities can be even more annoying. So, save yourself the pain and check out these great apps that do all the calculating for you.
Helaine Olen believes that much of the money advice we hear today is wrong, especially where it concerns women. We sat down with her to learn the myths surrounding women and money and what we’ve all been getting wrong about personal finance.
Putting together a budget by month makes sense—you pay your rent and bills all monthly, right? But it’s also important to budget for the big expenses that crop up only once a year. Follow these guidelines to make sure you stay on track.
A new crop of accounts—and even whole banks—are foregoing their in-person services and instead focusing on innovative online-only features. Want to make the switch to a more tech-savvy financial institution? Here’s what you need to know.
Have you looked at your first 2013 paycheck and wondered why you’re making less than you were last year? The Social Security payroll tax reduction just expired, meaning we’re all taking home 2% less. Here are a few ideas to help make up the loss.
We’d all love to start the New Year with a big raise. But that’s not the only way to increase your cash flow or boost your savings. If one of your resolutions is to improve your financial situation this year, consider these nine ways to make it happen.