The Terre Haute City Council approved a budget for the 2018 fiscal year in a meeting Thursday night, cutting roughly $2 million from the original proposal.
The council is seeking ways to eliminate expenses and build up a cash reserve as the city attempts to decrease a more than $8 million deficit.
Recent audits of the city's finances have led to a concern over the city's ability to continue operating as a municipality.
If you've moved back in with your parents, or if you're a parent whose child has moved home after attending college or university, we want to hear from you.
The AARP and state officials are working to help empower senior citizens to identify financial predators.
Farmers in Indiana are having one of the worst crop yields in decades, and they are trying to figure out how to deal with their financial losses.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation board approved to move unused funds from the 2011 budget, but the corporation is still short.
The event was focused on sixth grade students and aimed to make children aware of financial responsibilities at a young age.
People may be becoming more comfortable with the stability of the job market, and with that more willing to take the risk of looking for a job.
The "Smart Investing at your Library" grant focuses on people ages 15-29 by teaching on several areas such as budgeting, investing and managing credit and debt.