Tim has been a personal finance writer for Wise Bread since 2013, and manages digital content for a Washington, D.C.-based foundation, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
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Holiday prep is more than just making a list and checking it twice. Get your finances in festive order, too!
Inner peace isn't just for your health. Mindfulness and patience could be the key to unlocking good financial management.
What works for the Oracle of Omaha might not necessarily work for you.
Cash is super if you're 12 years old and want to go to the movies. But for the rest of us, the less cash, the better.