You're ready for a shiny new set of wheels. All you need to do is make these important money moves, first.
Achieve financial success in your 30s by leaving these bad shopping habits back in your 20s.
Wondering where all your money's gone? You spent it when you weren't looking.
It seems inevitable that couples will face an income gap. Don't let a money imbalance knock the rest of your relationship off-kilter, too.
We all know the plight of Detroit, but the Motor City isn't the only American city to go BK. You might be surprised by these other bankrupt 'burgs.
Haggling can save you some decent cash, but what if you hate to ask? Buck up and learn how to get the price that's right for you — and your budget.
Small little spending and budgeting mistakes add up to big holes in your finances. The good news is that you can find and fix them.
Trying to build a nest egg? Resist the urge to purge your pocketbook on every shiny bauble you see and watch your savings grow.
The 80/20 rule applies to budgeting, too — 80% of your spend goes to 20% of your expenses. If you can cut those big costs, the savings are big, too.
Many problems we face require us to spend money to solve them. Use the three-step plan to decide if the solution is worth the cost.
When it comes to budgeting, play the percentages to find a spending plan that works for you, whatever your situation.
Tracking expenses is the first step toward wise money management. These apps help you monitor spending — and much more.
If you target your spending on the things that matter most to you (and not to everyone else), you can often get more for less. Here's how it works.
If time is money, wouldn't a budget help you manage your time, too? Of course it would! Get started building your time budget now!
Struggling with debt? It's probably because you've made one (or more!) of these money behaviors a bad habit. Learn what they are and how you can change.
Good for you if you've made a budget! If you're struggling to stick to it, try one of these offbeat motivators and get back on track.
Creating a basic budget truly is simple and easy, and so is maintaining it afterward. What are you waiting for? Take five minutes and start budgeting!
After several years of decline, Americans are spending more again, but in different ways. For the frugal-minded, it's a reminder that thrift is an endurance race, not a sprint.
One of the best ways to manage a budget and control your money is to actively track spending. All of these apps and online tools make tracking your expenses easy.
All businesses benefit from the sound strategic planning a budget can provide. But small and fast growing businesses may need a more dynamic tool.
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