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.
Everyone's gotta eat, right? These food and beverage stocks will fill both your stomach and your investment portfolio.
Don't let pride get in the way of your financial education. When it comes to your money, it's dumb not to ask the basic questions first!
Life is best lived with no regrets. But if you make these money moves, you’re sure to have a few.
From cows to coffee, billions of dollars are lost and made trading commodities. Here's what you need to know — even if you're not a trader.
Just because an investment may lack charisma doesn't mean it can't make you money. Consider adding these wallflowers to your portfolio.
You may think you need to commute a long way to work. But how much is it costing you?
No one likes to pay taxes. Especially when they're as off-the-wall as these.
Layaway faded away back in '90s, but this different way to pay is making a comeback. Is it worth it?
It's always smart to do the sensible thing, right? Usually — until being sensible starts costing you real money.
If you've got more than one kind of debt to repay, target the debt that hurts your credit score the most and watch your rating improve — fast.
While you're letting your kids gorge on candy, consider weaving in these lessons in personal finance.
Who are you trying to kid, anyway? Quit telling yourself these major money lies.
Men and women alike can take away a few critical money lessons from Queen Bey herself.
Getting fired can feel like your world is falling apart. Make these financial moves right away and you'll start putting it back together again.
You're not a kid anymore. It's time for you, and your money, to grow up.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going toward these eight dependable assets. What's backstopping your finances?
The price of oil keeps on dropping — and that's good, right? Mostly, but there are some negatives, too, even if you don't work in the oil patch.
There's a razor-thin line between "healthy" debt and a big financial problem debt. Have you crossed it?
If you could go back 20 years and give your younger you some investment advice, would it echo any of these 11 pearls of financial wisdom?
Americans used to be so good at basic skills — like saving money. Things have gone a bit downhill since the 1950s.