Emily has written three personal finance books: "The Five Years Before You Retire," "Choose Your Retirement," and the forthcoming "Making Social Security Work for You."
The pink tax is real, but that doesn't mean it's all marketing hype.
Want to give back without going broke? Use your everyday finances as a means of funding your values.
Hitting pause on student loan payments can be a complicated process. You'll need this knowledge under your belt before applying for deferment.
Joint checking accounts offer plenty of convenience — but if you aren't careful, a few headaches, too.
Here comes the bride, all dressed in white, and about to enter a life of debt because she spent way too much on her wedding.
Sure, you made a few money missteps in your youth. It's time to forgive yourself, move on, and tackle your finances like a grown up.
It might seem like the federal government drew these financial dates and deadlines out of a hat, but there's reason behind the madness.
Decluttering can seem like an overwhelming process. But there is a way to clear the clutter without the stress of decluttering. Promise!
While you plan for all the travel and hobbies you'll do in retirement, you should probably plan for your taxes, too.
Having an extra large nest egg is a good thing! But to be sure, it comes with extra headaches you'll have to manage.
Whether it comes by snail mail or email, a bill is a bill. How do you prefer to pay up?
Winter days can be a drag, but with the right plan, you can turn the cabin fever into lots of fun.
From TED talks to the blues, these African American leaders have imparted their financial wisdom on the world.
Everybody falls down, even when it comes to their money. The key to success is getting back up again.
Finances currently a mess? Hit the reset button with a spending ban. Just be careful not to overdo it.
Everything your teen needs to master their money starts with you. Teach them budgeting basics that will last a lifetime.
Your love of lattes might not be totally to blame for your low funds. Cognitive biases could be derailing every one of your money-related decisions.
Nobody likes budgeting. Here's how to keep track of your money without one.
Looming deadlines, a 10-mile to-do list...it's time to conquer it all and get back on track at work. You can do it!
They say looking at the glass half empty is no way to live, but it might be the best way to steer clear of debt.