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.
Marriage is for better or for worse — even when it comes to credit card debt. Your spouse's unpaid debts may be affecting you, too.
Beware the money pit. Whether it's a new puppy or a vintage muscle car, you might be jumping into more spending than you can afford.
A shiny new set of wheels can really loosen your purse strings. Don't hit the dealership without knowing what you can truly afford.
Before you set out to find your next great rental apartment or home, take a good look at your income. What can you afford?
Yes, you can get out of credit card debt — and faster than you think. The sooner you start, the sooner you'll chip away at that financial burden.
By your 40s, personal finance shouldn't be a mystery. If you're still making these six money mistakes, it's time to enforce some changes.
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.
By your 50s, you should have a solid grasp on personal finance — and if not, it might be due to these all-too-common mistakes.
If you're looking for timeless financial wisdom, then turn to the Oracle of Omaha himself. Start with these personal finance fundamentals.
Retirement saving has never been easy, but for today's young adults, it seems impossible. Here's how to understand today's special saving challenges.
Every homeowner dreams of owning their home free and clear. Before you rush to pay that mortgage down, consider what else your money might do.
Investing in stocks is a great way to build wealth — but not always. Here's how to decide whether the stock market is right for you.
Life happens — and it usually costs money when it does. Build your emergency fund so when it happens, you're good to go.
You need to borrow money for a big purchase — how much can you really afford to borrow? Use these financial rules of thumb to find out.
Debt consolidation can reduce the interest you pay and get you back in black sooner. Consider these five strategies.
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