You don't need to hire a financial pro to invest like one. Try these DIY tips, and watch the confidence roll in.
Change is never easy — but the results are almost always worth the effort.
This simple negotiating tactic can help you earn and save more money — and it can do a whole lot more for you, too.
A little positivity can go a long way — especially when it comes to reaching financial goals.
Winter can be a total bummer, especially when you're stuck inside all day. Shift your mindset with these fun ideas for a positive mood shift.
Make 2017 the year of stellar organization by gathering all of your clutter and tossing it out.
A bucket list doesn't have to be all swimming with dolphins and climbing mountains. Use one to help you make big strides with your money, too.
Time to say goodbye to 2016 forever and begin anew. These New Year's resolutions will make 2017 your best year ever.
You've hear of mind over matter? Here's how the rich put their minds over their money.
As the Champagne pops and the confetti flies, why not make some resolutions you can really keep this year?
Make — and keep! — these simple money resolutions in the new year. Your finances will thank you.
Tell us about your goals for 2017 and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
With an X here and an O there, your personal finance bullet journal can put you on the fast track to budgeting mastery.
A "reverse bucket list" — a running tally of all the wonderful things you've already accomplished — can be the perfect personal finance motivator.
With retirement just five years away, you can't afford not to make these smart financial moves.
We may be more than halfway through 2016, but that doesn't mean your money goals for the year have been for naught!
The hard work of a 9-to-5 may be over with retirement, but another kind of hard work begins — maintaining a comfortable lifestyle. These money moves will help.
Olympians train hard, work harder, and never give up. Apply these same core principles to your finances — and go for the gold!
Saving is hard. Paying down debt is even harder. But a creative new way to track your progress, called debt art, could be the secret to success.
It's Day Two of your plan to tackle debt reduction. Time to ditch the excuses, break out the calculator, and make a game plan.
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