Few of us have the on-court talent to command an NBA salary, but we can still learn some money lessons from the world of pro players.
Will Ferrell may be an unlikely source of money and life lessons, but his films often turn on key personal finance concepts. Shake and bake!
The Internet is awash in free financial advice. This short list of basics will put you on firm financial ground today and on the way to a wealthier tomorrow.
You won't find an ATM in Smaug's lair, but you will find some pearls of financial wisdom scattered about the Lonely Mountain and Middle Earth.
Many people ignore these important financial truths, costing them thousands of dollars a year. Are you one of them?
The staff at the Pawnee Parks and Recreation Department can teach us a lot about personal finance, whether they mean to or not.
Personal finance isn't that complicated — spend less than you earn and save for emergencies and future goals. So why do so many of us struggle with it?
If you didn't reach all of your financial goals for 2013, put the past behind you and make 2014 the year you stop making the same old financial mistakes.
C'mon, don't lie. You know you only read the Fifty Shades series for the scandalous... personal finance lessons.
Bruce Springsteen's music speaks to the trials and tribulations of common folk — often including some hard lessons about money.
If you think Monopoly and The Game of Life teach players sound money management skills — go directly to jail. Do not pass GO, do not collect $200.
Your parents probably gave you a lot of advice about money. But that advice might have been very, very bad.
Whether or not you think Walter White got the end he deserved, his rise and fall as a drug kingpin does have something to teach about sensible money management.
What your kinds don't know about money can hurt your wallet. One parent shares the lesson plan he used to teach his kids financial independence.
When kids are young, investing is usually done on their behalf. However, it's possible to get kids started with their own investments at a surprisingly early age.
Our histories shape who we are, including how we manage money. What early experiences helped you become the financial person you are today?
Winnie the Pooh has remained one of the most endearing characters in children's literature — but there's a lot he can teach us adults about money, too.
Want to make sure your kids do well financially? Teach them great money habits with these learn-by-doing lessons.
When it comes to managing money, millionaire tactics tend to contain a surprising amount of common sense and frugality.
Muggles, magic...and money? Discover what Harry Potter's adventures can teach us about personal finance.
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