Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, made a generous donation of $100,000 to aid the medical expenses of two young girls injured in a shooting incident following the team's Super Bowl victory parade.
Capital One's acquisition of Discover for $35.3 billion will have a major impact on consumer and financial services once the deal is finalized. Here's what you need to know.
Capital One Financial is buying Discover Financial Services for $35 billion, in a deal that would bring together two of the nation’s biggest lenders and credit card issuers.
The luck of a $36 million Mega Millions jackpot winner ran out earlier this week after not claiming their winnings.
A shutdown oil refinery has led to a large increase in gas prices across the country.
The U.S. Department of Education is stepping in to support colleges in sending out financial aid awards sooner to students after an inflation fix to the new FAFSA form delayed the timeline.
Over 360 colleges have committed to being more transparent about their costs, while the U.S. Department of Education offers more loan forgiveness.
Scams took $10 billion from Americans’ pockets in 2023, the FTC said -- adding that it saw a median loss of $500 per person.
Consumers were thrifty with their spending in 2023, but major purchases like homes and vehicles are expected to rise in 2024.
The property, which went up for sale Feb 7, is listed at $295 mililon.
Would you consider it cheating if your romantic partner hid a debt, a credit card or other financial secret from you? Over 40% of US adults admitted to keeping money secrets.
A Michigan couple were both wrong when looking at the prize they won on a lottery scratch-off ticket – the wife thought it was a $50 winner, while the husband saw $500. The Holiday Wishes instant game was a $500,000 winner.
The dating app is only "for people with good credit," the company says. Users can't see others' scores, but the information is used to qualify a potential user for the app.
Flight attendants are protesting at airports on Tuesday as they push for better pay and contracts with airlines.
Employers are planning to raise wages by 4%, on average this year, higher than 2021, but lower than 2023.
Borrowers who miss student loan payments will see repercussions again by September, thankfully there are forgiveness options.
A lemon from 1739 sold for almost $1,800 after it was found inside of a cabinet which was auctioned off for only $40.
Gas prices are up from last month, but down $0.29 compared to last year.
The child tax deduction expansion would make more of the credit refundable, helping millions of families.
“Among parents who say they helped their children financially in the past year, 36% say doing so has hurt their personal financial situation at least some," Pew writes.