You've resolved to give your finances a boost this year — that's great! These money moves will help get you there.
Relying too much on your financial planner may be costing you. Make sure you retire the smart way, with your interests at the forefront — and not your adviser's.
Your assets add up to your net worth. So the more the merrier, right? Well, too much of a good thing can actually be a drain on your finances.
Investing and paying down debt? Yep, you read correctly. It's possible!
So you're ready take on your awful credit score. Be careful — making these false steps could actually do more harm than good.
There are thousands of ETFs out there. Before you go buying willy-nilly, you might want to make sure they're right for you.
A car title loan is one way to get cash really fast. It's also one way to lose cash, really, really fast.
New consumer protection rules for prepaid cards will help protect you from theft, fraud, and unreasonable fees.
Anyone can handle their own investments with the proper research. Anyone can also make these common DIY investor mistakes.
Minimum payments, retail therapy, yikes! Don't let these bad money blunders burn through your cash.
Robots are taking all the jobs — even the money manager's. Before you let a bot manage your nest egg, make sure it knows what it's doing.
Don't navigate the murky waters of debt alone. A credit counselor may be the guiding light you need.
Looking for ways to afford the holiday shopping tab this year? Join the club — literally!
Never put all your eggs in one investment basket. But how do you know if you have too many baskets?
Living in an HOA has its pros and cons. Here's what to consider before you move in.
You've booked your ticket. You've packed your bags. You're ready to go. But hang on … some hidden vacation costs are about to spoil your fun.
Cable TV funnyman John Oliver gets a lot of laughs skewering the rich and powerful. Through the mirth, he also shares some solid financial advice.
Rent-to-own may sound convenient, but buyer beware: The amount you'll overpay is rarely, if ever, worth it.
Health insurance may feel like a an expense you might just decide to forego, but going without can be a far costlier move.
"So sorry, that card's been declined." Here's why this ultra-embarrassment can happen — and how to make sure it never does again.
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