An email comes in. It looks legitimate but fortunately for the small business who was the intended target, it’s intercepted by Rocus Network cyber security experts. While email is still a favored delivery method by hackers, the hacking itself has evolved.
Walmart will let go of nearly 600 employees from their corporate office in Charlotte, NC starting in September 2019 through March 2020.
It's been reported that millennials are waiting longer to get married, have kids and become homeowners, and according to a new study, it's not because they just want to be “different.”
When the credit card bills keep arriving, you’re barely paying your minimums and you’re at a breaking point, what can you do? Take a deep breath and read on because FOX 46 is getting you results.
Here are some unique scholarship opportunities to help you earn money for college.
If you've used online software to file your tax returns, you might not have realized that companies that sell online tax filing services are required to offer lower-income Americans an entirely free option.
A shockingly high number of college graduates have student loan debt, yet not all are aware of the more than 100 student loan forgiveness programs that exist which could potentially help erase some of the money owed.
An online company that helps consumers choose internet service providers, Highspeedinternet.com, wants to pay someone $1,000 to play the game.
The IRS is expected to release a new W-4 form this month for use in 2020.
You’ve heard the saying there’s an app for that, right? But when it comes to money, it can get overwhelming trying to choose the right one. So FOX 46 did the work for you by choosing the best app for your main 3 financial priorities. And they’re all free!
Chevron is buying Anadarko Petroleum in a $33 billion cash-and-stock deal as the company seeks to grow stronger in deep water exploration in the gulf and the energy-rich southwest region of Texas called the Permian Basin.
Bank of America is raising its starting pay to $20 an hour over a two-year period, starting with a hike next month.
A pile of magazines, a pair of scissors, tape and some poster board. It’s part of Mel Miller’s financial planning.
Putting one kid through college is daunting enough, Bernice Feaster had two. But she never once wrote a check to pay for their school. Scholarships paid for their tuition, room and board and everything else.
Phones around the country are ringing off the hook with those annoying robocalls.
After months of uncertainty, a winner has come forward to claim the $1.5 billion Mega Millions jackpot in South Carolina.
Southwest filed a lawsuit against its mechanics alleging that workers manufactured a safety crisis to gain an edge in contract negotiations, intensifying a battle between the airline and the union that has forced hundreds of canceled flights at one of the nation's most dominant carriers.
Families banking on a big tax refund are finding out they are the one expected to come up with cash.
Nearly half of Americans (48 percent) don’t think their retirement savings will ever reach $1 million, according to a study by Fidelity, even though more than 30 percent of Americans expect to need more than $1 million to live on after they stop working.
Wait, I owe the IRS?