More women are getting involved in family finances, but research shows they may not know where to begin. Women lag behind men when it comes to investing.
The sun may be setting soon on one of the most controversial solar panel companies in the state.
The treasurer of a youth football league north of Boston is accused of taking thousands of dollars from the group’s coffers.
Oil and gas prices have been climbing hitting us all in the pocketbook. By why is that happening? Is it as simple as the law of supply and demand, or is something more happening.
Baby boomers facing retirement are worried about their finances, and many believe they’ll need to work longer than planned or will never be able to retire, a new poll finds.
If you’re thinking about trying to sell your home this spring, there are some projects which can increase your chances of getting a good price.
A thief took $150 dollars from St. Joseph’s Church in Belmont. The money was supposed to go to families in Haiti.
A New York lottery official says a winning ticket for the Mega Millions lottery jackpot worth $319 million has been sold at a variety store in Albany, N.Y.
How many of us check every bill we receive, line by line? When one Amesbury family did they discovered a “mystery” charge. They say they’re victims of “cramming” — being billed for an unauthorized charge.
State workers are cashing in on years of unused sick days and it’s costing the state millions.