From sourcing vintage car parts to freelance photography, Max Wong is tackling her budget challenge by conjuring jobs out of thin air.
You may have to live in a van down by the river, but if you have equity, you can erase a lot of consumer debt by selling your home.
Who are you trying to kid, anyway? Quit telling yourself these major money lies.
A bankruptcy can sting, but it just may be the lifeline your finances need.
Put down the scissors, and step away from the plastic! You can catch up on credit card debt in much smarter ways than chopping up your cards.
The second installment of this Wise Breader's budget challenge finds Max on the verge of a breakdown.
With major money changes, come tax changes — and Millennials are often guilty of these common tax-time mix-ups.
Make the transition to retirement a little easier by taking care of few personal finance tasks before your income shrinks.
Too often higher education comes with empty promises and hefty bills. Learn to spot and avoid these money traps.
Satisfy your craving for that new car smell and get your household out of vehicle debt by staggering new car purchases every six years.
These cold, hard facts about credit cards should be your wake up call. Be smart, tackle debt, and use your plastic responsibly.
Know your worth — your net worth, that is. Then focus on increasing it.
Are your finances throwing up red flags? It's time to stop ignoring these 11 signs you're in money trouble.
You want out of credit card debt, and you want out fast. You have several options — which will work for you?
The Fed is raising benchmark rates for the first time since 2008's economic meltdown. Here's how this move will affect borrowers.
The U.S. economy did pretty well in 2015, and the trend is set to continue. Here's what we think the economy will do in 2016.
Student loan borrowers have lots of repayment options, including a growing number of refinance options. Here's what to look for.
In every corner of the globe, there are people that spend less and save more than we do. Let's follow their lead.
Chances are you'll make one or two financial resolutions on New Year's Eve. All we're saying is: Why wait?
Forget the material things. These habits of successful 30-somethings lead to fulfilling, happy, and lucrative lives.
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