Women are more financially savvy than ever, but these myths still abound. How many do you recognize?
If you already have these good habits, pat yourself on the back! You're well on your way to great money management skills.
Remove one of the obstacles to managing your money by making it quick and easy. These apps can help.
Any one of these easy-to-use apps will help you start and keep a budget that works for you. What are you waiting for?
Spouses fight about money more than anything else. Remove one source of stress in your life with some simple strategies for managing money and marriage.
Investing early and often is smart money management — usually. Avoid these common mistakes and you'll keep your portfolio safe and growing.
Your commute may seem like a waste of time, but it may actually be the best time to optimize your finances — even if you're behind the wheel.
With so many banks — and credit unions! — vying for your business, it can be hard to choose. Here's how to find the bank that works for you.
Auto-pay can be a convenient way to pay for regularly billed goods and services. As with other conveniences, that benefit comes at a price.
Let robots manage your money for you and you'll never pay a late fee or go over budget again.
It takes money to make money investing, and it takes a certain kind of person. Find out if you are, and if you aren't — how to become one.
For many, the only thing standing between scraping by and real financial security are some outdated beliefs. Are these ideas holding you back?
Want good credit? Don't do this.
What you think money is says a lot about who you are now, and who you might be tomorrow. What does "money" mean to you?
It's actually easy (and even fun!) to be in control of household finances. Follow this simple plan and use the free tools to take charge of your money.
How you spend your money has a surprising impact on overall life satisfaction. Read this to spend happier!
Want to finally manage your finances, but you just can't be bothered? That's OK. Learn how to manage your money from your couch.
Most of us agree that other people fail at personal finance, but we think our own finances are fine. That's the first of many lies we tell about our money.
Don't simply resolve to make these smart money moves in the coming year — actually take action!
Some investments and major purchases are better than others. Learn to to identify each — and how to find your way to financial security.
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