For Max, a new career means learning a whole new skill set. Find out how she's achieving it while keeping to her strict budget.
Want to earn more money throughout your career? It could be as simple as investing in yourself.
Living abroad can really broaden your horizons, especially when it comes to money.
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Spending money to save money may sound counterintuitive, but these 21 buys will surely help you pinch pennies in the long-run.
Why not fill your down time with knowledge? Whatever you wanna know, learning something new won't cost much with these educational apps.
Despite shortchanges in earnings, women just may be able to retire with more wealth than men. Here's why.
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Student loan borrowers have lots of repayment options, including a growing number of refinance options. Here's what to look for.
No, refinancing and consolidating your student loans aren’t the same thing! Learn the difference and what’s right for you!
You're not a kid anymore. Stop acting like one.
Did college cost you a pretty penny? If you work hard to pay off those loans, you'll reap the benefits of a huge financial boost.
A college education leaves many of us in debt. Loan forgiveness programs may be able to help — find out if you're eligible for one.
Give a kid an "educational" toy and it'll soon migrate to the bottom of the toy box. Try these toys and games that are fun first and smart second.
The President's community college proposal is not only good for students. Find out how it can help the rest of us, too.
Private school will crimp even the healthiest family budget. When does leaving public school for private make sense?
A college degree is the gateway to career and financial success — if you choose the right degree. If money is your goal, skip these majors.
You know a 529 savings plan is for your children's college expenses, but with some creative thinking, it can be so much more.
Sure, games are fun, but they can also make us smarter, teach us about money, and stave off dementia. Try these brain building pastimes.
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