Who knew taking a day off from work could save you so much money?
If only you could go back in time, here's everything you'd tell your younger self.
Living the paycheck-to-paycheck life is stressful and miserable. But here's a way to escape!
If the latest apps and digital spreadsheets aren't your cup of tea, kick it old school with these low tech ways to keep finances on track.
Taking a 401(k) distribution when you leave a job will cost you. Take 10 minutes to rollover your account and keep your retirement fund growing.
Personal finance while jogging? With apps that make managing money easier than ever, fitness time can also be personal finance time.
How much is a side gig worth? For one enterprising recent grad, it was worth $40,000, plus interest, and no more debt.
While you probably don't have to worry contracting Ebola yourself, the deadly virus certainly may infect your finances.
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.
You know you should save more, and you'd like to — but how? Close your spending leaks and put your saving on autopilot to start building a cash reserve.
Today we found some fantastic articles on personal finance tips for forgetful people, coping with job loss, and networking without breaking the bank.
Tell us about your favorite personal finance gurus and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
Is it really money you are after? Get your life back and live happier!
Do you have many ideas but you've never put them into action? Admit it, you are lazy, and you lack the talent of initiation.
Eventually, there comes a point in time when you can actually afford a few niceties in life. How will you react?
My story about how I went from broke, to saving without goals, to fighting for financial independence.
Sometimes, what seems like a waste of money might actually be one of the best ways you can spend your cash.
You've worked hard, scrimped, saved and paid off all your debt. Now that you are finally debt free, what ARE you going to do?
Everyone is writing a book these days (even a few personal finance blogs we know.. *ahem*). If you could, what would you call it? What would you cover? Answer for your chance to
Is there an online blogger, columnist, or personality who has really inspired you to take charge of your finances? Do you secretly hope to meet a big-name PF writer some day? Is
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