Mikey Rox is an award-winning writer/journalist/blogger and the founder of Paper Rox Scissors, a marketing and advertising company in New York City. He lives to save big bucks whenever he can - and then brag about it.
By the big Three-Oh, you're no finance rookie. Leave these money mistakes in your 20s and kick bad spending habits to the curb. No excuses!
The convenience of credit and debit cards is hard to beat, but sometimes it's better to shell out the cash.
If feeling the burn doesn't float your boat, these cardio workout hacks may be the motivation you need. You can do it!
Welcome to the neighborhood! Here's how to plant your roots in the new town you call home.
Summer sun can be too much of a good thing when temperatures rise. Here's how to beat the heat for next to nothing.
Getting ahead in the world is all about who you know, so get out there and start meeting the people who can push you forward!
It's time to consult our mid-year financial checklist and make some important money moves to set yourself up the end of '15 and the coming of '16.
Go on, let the kids enjoy their summer — it doesn't have to cost a fortune! Entertain them for free or close to it with these fun activities.
Personal finance guru Dave Ramsey is full of advice on managing money. Here are three of our favorite lessons from the Financial Peace University.
Why waste your hard-earned money on a sub-par product or service? Here's when to (politely) demand a refund.
Saving money is cool. Here are 10 easy-to-remember ways to remind yourself.
No one likes a cheater — your budget included! Nix these small budget habits that are causing big harm to your finances.
The future is now — and it's slightly more annoying, unhealthy, and destructive than we we ever dreamed of. Where's the "undo" button?
Creating a budget is hard but sticking to it might be harder. Don't let burnout ruin all your work so far.
You'll reach Grillmaster status with these simple tricks for healthier, tastier, and easier barbecuing this summer. Get outside and cook!
Don't ignore a hefty medical bill. If you think there might be an error, or you can't afford to pay, it's time to negotiate.
Gossips, cheats, assorted scoundrels — you don't need them in your life, so go ahead and drop them. And not just on Facebook, either.
Take it from the professionals — the sooner you start making the right choices with your money, the sooner you'll reach financial freedom.
Take some "me time" to kick stress to the curb without breaking the bank. Now don't you feel refreshed?
It's hard enough getting ahead without you putting up barriers to your own success. Are you undermining your career?