Uh oh — your debt burden has hardly budged from your initial starting balance. What are you doing wrong?
Congratulations! You're finally free of credit card debt. Now what should you do?
Today we found ways to build your emergency fund from nothing, ways to fight clutter and get organized, and a guide to buying refurbished products.
Yes, we're always telling you to work on building your emergency fund. Now we'll tell you when to stop.
Life happens — and it usually costs money when it does. Build your emergency fund so when it happens, you're good to go.
When the going gets tough, the tough get frugal. Stick to those frugal habits when finances brighten, and you'll save even more.
If you're caught short when life catches you short, don't panic. Instead, try these strategies to manage an emergency and avoid debt.
Funding the personal finance Big Three — debt repayment, retirement, and emergency cash — is possible if you follow a balanced plan, like this one.
While 30-year-olds may be firmly settled in adulthood, that doesn't mean they have their finances in order. If you're close to 30, here's what you need to know.
We often hear the same advice — everyone needs to have an emergency fund. But, in some situations, it might be OK to skip it.
Standard financial advice is full of things to do first — emergency fund, 401(k), paying off debts...but what REALLY comes first?
A strong emergency fund is one of the most important keys to financial security. Learn how to build yours.
The classic film “It’s a Wonderful Life” isn't just a heartwarming holiday classic — it also contains financial lessons that are still relevant today.
Want to quit your job? If you play your cards right, you can use these steps to turn an awkward situation into a great new career opportunity.
Investing can be one of the most intimidating parts of personal finance. But if you follow these five steps, you'll be on your way to smart, sound investing.
Spending money can be a lot of fun, especially when credit keeps things going. It begs a very simple question — why bother getting out of debt?
Whether you've landed a new job or your current one is awful, follow these steps to ensure that when you leave, you're covered financially and emotionally.
With this plan, your retirement will be just as secure, and your first few years will be a lot more comfortable.
If you don't feel like you're saving enough money, there's probably one thing stopping you — you. Learn how to get over the excuses and start saving.
The economy is still shuddering, but that doesn't mean your finances need to shake in fear. Learn how to stay financially strong in times like these.
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