There's nothing wrong with making New Year's money resolutions — the fresh start effect can jump start good habits. Just don't make any of these.
Too often pop superstardom comes with superstar profligacy. Not so for these five frugal musicians whose smart money habits offer lessons for the rest of us.
Twitter allows you to share your wit and wisdom with the world. Which is great, until you commit one of these wince-worthy twitter-gaffes.
From poor password hygiene to embarrassing Facebook status updates, the Internet can get bite you. Clean up your Internet act before it's too late!
Because you're a regular Wise Bread reader, you're right more often than not. Sound even smarter — instantly — with these clever words and phrases.
Poor word choice and grammar mistakes definitely can make you look stupid. Worse — they can damage your career. Watch out for these common errors.
Facebook is a fun way to share with friends — and their friends, and total strangers. Avoid these Facebook faux pas and keep your profile sharp.
Cloud backup services are easy to use — and easy to hack, it seems. Protect your personal data from prying eyes.
Holiday season is also year end financial season. Take a break from holiday craziness and spend some you time prepping your money for 2015.
You don't need to be in trouble with the law to need a lawyer. Find out when you should really spend the money to lawyer up.
It sounds silly, but some words and phrases really can make you feel more confident — and more attractive.
What with work, the kids, the neighbors, burnout is never far off. Recognize the signs — and take steps to walk back from the brink.
Wondering what happened to your productivity? You frittered it away in these 10 dumb little ways. Learn how to get back on task — and stay there.
If you've got some retirement savings, you're doing well! Follow these guidelines to keep your savings as strong as possible.
Small little spending and budgeting mistakes add up to big holes in your finances. The good news is that you can find and fix them.
Denied! Find out why your credit application was rejected by the bank, and then take steps to tighten your finances, and improve your credit score.
Start remembering more of the stuff that matters with this collection of simple — and surprising — memory enhancement tricks.
What you say is what really matters, right? The truth is, how you say it is often more important. Avoid these common errors for sharper messages.
Another what!? Yep, responsibly maintaining several credit accounts is good for your financial health. Know when to apply for your next.
There's a lot more to a credit report than just the score. Find out what the bureaus know about you — and how you can improve your credit.
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