Comparing online tax software providers - TurboTax, H&R...
Free tax software will do most taxpayers just fine
'Random Walk' author Malkiel bullish on international index...
It's time to think about year-end tax savings
Surprise! Renters in foreclosure have rights
Some links that could save you money
Rebate card comes with a catch
How to modify a mortgage ... from those who lived to tell...
Loan fixes bring lots of anger, little hope
Debit or credit? Higher One's 'noodly' fees irk college...
Wells Fargo's overdraft fee practice exposed, and it's not...
Those credit card rewards cost us a lot of cash
Can you improve your finances playing video games?
Teaching money management through video games
Have a plan to help you ride the market's ups and downs
Adult children get health coverage extended, but watch the...
Turn off CNBC. Avoid all tickers. Sit tight, savers.
Need a vice? Try mixing sin stocks with saints
Socially responsible investments feel good, fit the bill...
What, exactly, is socially responsible investing?
New spouse or kid? Don't forget they're heirs, too
You are not your credit score
Credit union vs. bank: Is it time to make the leap?
What your new credit card statement might look like
Your Money - Credit Card Limits for Youth Can Be Opportunity...
Credit cards: Know your rights, know your rates
How to watch the Olympics online for free.
For the banks, it isn't personal
Has free checking gone away?
Haven't received your W-2, 1099-R or 1099-MISC?
Unemployed or underemployed? Check out these breaks
Refund anticipation loan? Just say no
Haiti donations likely deductible on 2009 taxes
How to help Haiti and avoid hidden credit-card fees
As Wallets Open For Haiti, Credit Card Companies Take A...
Update at 9:03 AM Friday: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover have now all announced that they will waive fees for some donations related to the crisis in Haiti.
Appliance rebates vary widely by state; Oregon's helps the...
We made it through tough year -- mostly
Give a gift that can keep on growing
Holiday gift idea: Start your own bank
Holiday gift idea: Scour Oregon's unclaimed property for...
Holiday gift ideas that save: Subscription to money mags...
Students at for-profits build debts if not resumes
How much can you donate to charity and claim on taxes?
Act now to save on 2009 tax bill
Sad but true: Financial smarts depreciate as we age
Money advice for teens, by a teen
Get the Best Medicare Advantage Plan-Kiplinger
Thanks for your step-by-step guide to picking a Medicare Part D prescription-drug plan. I would like to look for a Medicare Advantage plan during open-enrollment season this year instead of a Part D plan. What resources can help me compare Advantage ...
Waging a property tax appeal hardly a sure bet
I Bond rate restored: 3.36% for next six months
Peer-to-Peer lending: Know the risks
Finally, it's time to 'annuitize' this column
Modifying loans creates credit mess, not relief
The double-I whammy: Lower incomes, higher inflation
Remember: Everything (everything!) is negotiable
Fight for your credit card deal -- it can pay off
Oregon companies' pensions are in peril
Aggressive investing backfires on companies
More examples of how suspended 401(k) match or pension freeze...
Dealing with slashed retirement benefits
Need financial advice? Know who you're talking to
Oregon Great Primate Escape nearly over
Struggling to pay off your debt? Beware profit trollers
Help dealing with debt
A new place to check your bank's health
ETFs are all the rage -- but are they for you?
Debtheads be grateful: Bad habits can be changed
Investment clubs go under the mattress
When mom gets angry
Suze Orman and Jim Cramer cut down
More reviews of online, high-yield savings accounts
One family's frustration avoiding foreclosure
Madoff might not have made any trades
As investigators try to untangle the scheme that Bernard L. Madoff hid from investors and regulators for a decade or more, one basic fact is emerging: He may not have been making any trades at all.