As the New Year begins, take a look back at how your money did last year and start planning for more financial progress this year.
There's one silver lining to retirement planning: These five expenses are likely to dwindle in your golden years.
Retirement may seem like a distant dot on the horizon, but if you make these costly money moves today, you'll really regret it later.
Owning too much house often leads to your house owning you. Avoid becoming house poor with a radical approach to housing costs.
Investing is a bit of an art form, but it doesn't need to be a complicated one. Know the essentials, and you'll be on your way to great returns.
You got a higher education to improve your life — not to burden it. Don't let a student loan ruin everything.
Retirement should be for relaxing. But if you keep up these four habits, you'll spend your golden years broke.
Face it, we aren't all math mavens. But even if numbers make your head spin, you can still budget like a pro.
There's a first time for everything — including investing! Ready to dive into the wide world of stocks and funds? Start here.
What would happen to your income if you were suddenly unable to work?
ETFs are rapidly becoming one of the more popular investments, hot on mutual funds' tail. So how exactly are they different?
You know you should have either a 401K or an IRA. Have you considered you might need both?
Millennials are the most conservative investment demographic since the Depression era. Are they playing it too safe?
Trying to manage all your expenses out of one savings account? Your finances might actually be a little simpler with two or three accounts.
Forget the spreadsheets. The best thing you can do for your budget is to take a step back and look at the big picture.
The smartest thing you can do for retirement planning is so easy, there's just no excuse not to do it. Even better? It's free.
Ready to give your child a mega financial jumpstart? Consider opening them a Roth IRA.
Spring cleaning is in the air! After you dust the cobwebs out of your house, take time to dust them out of your investment portfolio, too.
A health savings account, or HSA, can help you tackle health care expenses with some extra peace of mind — and some extra tax savings.
Do your future you a favor and stop making these all-too-common retirement mistakes.