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In-church lessons in personal finance seen as a way to encourage support of missions
Consumers who visited the City-County Building last week found a buffet of valuable tidbits on the first floor of the nine-story landmark.
Before you can begin to determine what you can save, you need to create a realistic budget, making sure to include periodic expenses.
Fragasso Financial Advisors are concerned about interest rates moving up if people nearing retirement shift most of their assets to bonds.
The economic pressures of the present are complicating the future for the middle class.
Hey ladies, what did you get for Valentine’s Day? How about two stink bugs trapped inside the sealed plastic cover of a new box spring?
Workers can be lulled into a false sense of security if they only contribute enough to receive the employer match.
It's a good time to review some of the basics as they relate to the medical assistance program for long-term care services in Pennsylvania.
Even if you don't live near a body of water, flood insurance can be a wise purchase.
Total student loan debt does not pose a significant threat to the nation's economic stability the reserve's policy makers say.
In tests of 26 cereals, most with at least 6 grams of fiber, more than two-thirds tasted very good or better.
Roughly a third of people who received a data breach notice last year ended up becoming a victim of fraud, according to a new report.
All that glitters may not be souvenir gold when purchased on Web.
People's, Duquesne Light committed funding for a service that helps people in need secure help with food, shelter and basic services.
The site www.EatSafePa.com has become easier to use because of tweaks that make it less sensitive to how restaurant names are entered.