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How to Handle a Sudden Loss of Income

Don't let a sudden loss of income cause financial paralysis. Take these smart steps to handle the situation and minimize the damage.

7 Easy First Steps to Paying Off Debt

Facing debt can be overwhelming. Where do you start? These simple steps will start you on the path to repayment.

6 Fast Ways to Restock an Emergency Fund After an Emergency

Crisis averted! Your emergency fund came through when you needed it. Now it's time to rebuild that financial safety net before the other shoe drops.

How Living on a Tight Budget Makes You Happier

Living on a tight budget can seem restrictive, but if you do it with intention, you'll discover lots of life satisfaction you may have been missing.

The Financial Basics Every New Grad Should Know

Congrats, grad! You undoubtedly learned a lot in your college career, but now it's time to learn these personal finance basics.

It's Time to Drop These 6 Rules of Money Etiquette

Sometimes old-fashioned etiquette is nice, but when it comes to money, sometimes it's completely out of step.

6 Lessons on Surviving and Thriving Through Tough Times From Author Donna Freedman

Author Donna Freedman imparts her wisdom on how to live your best life on the budget you have in her new book, "Your Playbook For Tough Times, Vol. 2."

5 Types of Overspenders — Which One Are You?

There are different types of chronic overspenders. Which one are you?

How to Tell You've Become a Financial Grownup

You're all grown up! Becoming a financial grownup, however, is another story.

6 Lessons on How to Be a Financial Grownup From Bobbi Rebell

How can you tell when you've become a financial grownup? Author Bobbi Rebell asks icons of the finance world to share their stories.

31 Foolproof Ways to Lower Your Grocery Bill

From Meatless Mondays to rain checks, these supermarket money-savers will save you big on your next grocery run.

4 Parenting Mistakes to Avoid When Teaching Kids About Money

If you want your children to be masters at managing money, you need to lead by example.

How to Save a Ton by Eating Soup Every Day (and Never Get Bored!)

Soup sounds like a boring meal day after day, right? Wrong! Here's a brilliant way to save money and make daily soup exciting.

How Single Parents Can Juggle Retirement Savings, Too

Being a single parent is hard work. Being a single parent and adequately funding your retirement is extra hard. But you can do it.

6 Unexpected Benefits of Solo Travel

There's no need to travel with a crowd. Seeing the world solo is often the best way to see it.

How to Handle Credit Card Debt When You're Unemployed

Credit card debt while unemployed feels like insult added to injury. But you can pull through: Here's how.

It's Never Too Late to Fix These 5 Money Mistakes From Your Past

Sure, you made a few money missteps in your youth. It's time to forgive yourself, move on, and tackle your finances like a grown up.

Read "AgeProof: Living Longer Without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip" to Live Your Best Life

Health and wealth are the two things we all want most. This book shows you how to painlessly and seamlessly attain them.

5 Money Moves to Make Before Moving Out on Your Own

Before striking out on your own, set yourself up for financial success while Mom and Dad have still got your back.

Save Time and Money With These 15 Delicious Sheet Pan Meals

No dinner plans? Give one of these delicious sheet pan meals a try. That's right — a sheet pan!