Everything your teen needs to master their money starts with you. Teach them budgeting basics that will last a lifetime.
Getting your first credit card allows you to enter the financial mainstream. Be sure to avoid these common mistakes that can cost you.
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Don't throw away those empty beverage cans. With a few basic tools and a little imagination, you can put them to all sorts of uses.
Taking your retirement abroad is a good way to stretch your retirement dollars. Before you go, consider these American-friendly locales.
Dreaming of quitting the 9-to-5 routine for a life of adventure? These digital nomads can show you how they did it.
Stock ownership is at the lowest rate in almost two decades. These alternative investments may be the reason why.
With the endless falling of snow, winter can be a miserable time. Hate it a little less by adding these clever mental tricks to your arsenal.
Our aging loved ones deserve the best care possible. Plan for it now, and make the process much easier later.
Your credit score is vital to your financial health. Don't let these common credit card errors tank it.
From TED talks to the blues, these African American leaders have imparted their financial wisdom on the world.
The only thing between you and saving more money could be your mind.
The debt snowball method really, truly works. Now, you just need to master it!
If you bought milk anytime between 2003 and 2010, you're entitled to some money back. But you have to act fast — like today!
Today we found articles on freebies you can grab in February, over 100 things to do when you’re bored, and deals on tax-prep software.
Charitable donations are always good. But, that doesn't mean they're always tax-deductible. Here's what to look for.
Before you head out to shop your favorite stores, consider buying those items used. You can save an unbelievable amount of cash in the process.
Clear the clutter and keep your smartphone, because with the right apps, it becomes a universal tool that makes your everyday life easier.
From food to Facebook, and everything in between, you really could stand to do with less. Sometimes a LOT less.
Digital nomads and perpetual travelers can use these simple tricks to save money for retirement — whatever their current address.
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