A majority of college graduates with student loans said they would shave their head if the debt could be erased, according to a new survey, and some others said they would consider giving up coffee and even spending a week in jail.
While many Americans have little to no retirement savings at all, even young savers who do are perhaps too willing to draw from that stash to cover unrelated expenses.
Millennials who want to live off even half of their final salaries in retirement will need to save 40 percent of their paychecks over the next 30 years, according to an economics expert.
A financial literacy program created by students, for students is picking up major speed.
Whether you plan on retiring in three years or 30, there are ways to manage your money and prepare now. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello shares these tips with an expert.
Christianne Curran knows finance. She's the Director of Treasury at Plano-based Dr. Pepper Snapple. She's also a volunteer with the YWCA of Metro Dallas, teaching people the ABC's of dollars and ce...