Money Magazine Senior Editor George Mannes asks people if and how they plan on leaving money to their children.
Real Estate firm Coldwell Banker did a survey to figure out why so many young adults are still living at home, and how they can move out of their folks' house.
Michael Motherway and Jennifer Schanker lost their home in Superstorm Sandy and have spent the last year trying to rebuild their lives.
How would you spend $1,000, $10,000 or even $100,000? From paying off debt to shopping sprees, New Yorkers have some interesting ideas.
At some point, most couples need to discuss retirement plans with their loved one. We asked some to give their ideas on the best way to proceed.
Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy in 2008 jumpstarted the financial crisis, making people much more cautious about how they spend their money and manage their businesses.
Deciding how and when to stop supporting your children financially is an inevitability in most families.
What's the best way to make a million bucks? Sell to Google? Invest carefully? People in New York sound off on the best way to get rich.
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