If you want to be a landlord, you'd better brush up on some important money lessons first.
Satisfy your craving for that new car smell and get your household out of vehicle debt by staggering new car purchases every six years.
They say location is key when you're buying a home — but what about when investing in a rental property? Don't get stuck in the red!
If you want your employer (or your clients) to pay you more, you have to give them a reason to want you more. What's your niche?
Now that Social Security offers early retirement, it's tempting to take the money and run. Before you do, understand how much you're giving up.
You know you've become a responsible adult when you start worrying about insurance. Here's what you need to protect.
Saving a big hunk of money for retirement — up to a cool million — is not complicated or hard. All you have to do is this one thing, every month.
Buying a home is a big decision and if you don't do it right, you could be paying for years and years. Use cash flow to help make the right choice.
Winning isn't everything. For these famous failures, losing was the only thing, until they finally won. What can you learn from their mistakes?
We know we shouldn't compare our finances with our neighbors, but…we all want to. So how do you rank versus your neighbors in terms of net worth?
Donald Trump learned about the importance of cash flow the hard way. Read on to learn from his very expensive mistakes!
Your bad financial habits could be ruining your life. Start living your own financial success story by establishing these good habits of life and money management.
Stocks, bonds, insurance, retirement — where should you focus your limited personal finance resources? Use the 80/20 to find the solution.
Some investments and major purchases are better than others. Learn to to identify each — and how to find your way to financial security.
Classic asset allocation teaches investors to diversify for safety. Apply this strategy to your retirement to keep the bills paid, even in a bad economy.
What your kinds don't know about money can hurt your wallet. One parent shares the lesson plan he used to teach his kids financial independence.
You might think you know the amount of money you'll need for a comfortable retirement — but you could be basing that off the wrong