NYU Urges Staffers to Help Pay Students' Outrageously Expensive Tuition

New York University, a Manhattan property development firm with a promising education wing, charges students a lot of money to attend. Undergraduate tuition, room, and board is currently estimated at $65,000 per year. What if a student wants to attend, but doesn't have the money? Who will pay? I don't know—the… » 3/27/15 2:58pm Friday 2:58pm

Think Twice About Using Your Credit Card to Pay Your Rent or Mortgage

If you're responsible, using credit cards to pay bills is a great way to build reward points and miles. Some people even make their rent or mortgage payment with one, then pay it off every month. If your landlord or lender allows this, make sure to ask about potential fees so you don't get blindsided. » 3/27/15 9:15am Friday 9:15am

How to Rebuild Your Finances After Draining Your Emergency Fund

Years ago, I switched careers and moved to a new city. Financially, I felt safe, because I had a small emergency fund. If times got tough, that was my safety net. Times did get tough. In one instant, I lost everything. If you've depleted your emergency fund, here's how to go about rebuilding it. » 3/24/15 10:00am Tuesday 10:00am

Study: Domestic Violence Hurts Survivors' Finances and Work Stability

A study of nearly 4,000 Pennsylvania women suggests that domestic abuse can have a long-term and profoundly destructive impact on survivors' ability to earn money. The study authors looked at women who applied for civil orders of protection against their abusers between 1995 and 1996; they found for nearly all of… » 3/20/15 4:20pm 3/20/15 4:20pm