For soon-to-be retirees, working a little while longer can pay off big time

Even working a little while longer can be more beneficial than increasing your savings over several decades.

Andy Cohen on the making of a 'Housewives' brand

Bravo's Andy Cohen tells CNBC what it takes to be a successful reality star turned entrepreneur.

Three tips to make sure your summer getaway won't bust your budget

There are key things to avoid so your getaway won't do long-term damage to your financial picture.

If you skip this step, your kids may inherit less

A study finds that only 25 percent of high net worth clients had plans in place for long term care.

More banks are offering cash bonuses for opening a new account

These are the banks that will pay you cold cash to open a new account.

Are you cheap or just frugal? Here's how to tell

There's a difference between frugality and cheapness, according to a new survey.

The investor protection rule is dead as advocacy groups call decision 'tragic'

The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals confirmed its decision to vacate the fiduciary rule.

If you've been ducking sales taxes for your online purchases, it's game over

It's going to be easier for your state to nab its share of sales tax on your web-based purchases.

Employee negligence is the biggest cyber risk to US businesses, study finds

Remote workers and external vendors increase the risk of data breaches, the survey finds.

These are the top 10 companies young people want to work at — and what it means

Young people today have high expectations for their work life. Here's where they'd like to be employed.