Day-to-day money management doesn't need to take a ton of time. Here are some key steps and tools that'll help you create a super-efficient system.
by: Matt Bell | channel: Budgeting, Productivity
Is it really money you are after? Get your life back and live happier!
by: David Ning | channel: Personal Finance, Lifestyle, Personal Development
Are you worrying too much about whether you should pay off your mortgage early or invest that extra cash? Here's an article for you.
by: David Ning | channel: Investment, Real Estate and Housing
From cutting costs to getting unadvertised discounts to setting up an automatic savings plan, these 37 easy changes can help you save more money...today.
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Personal Finance, Budgeting
Financial advisers can be a great asset...or the cause of financial ruin. Make sure you get the most out of your adviser by avoiding these mistakes.
by: David Ning | channel: Personal Finance
Banks can be like huge monsters, chomping up your cash with fee after fee. Here are six ways to fight back.
by: David Ning | channel: Banking
Learn the top reasons why cash is still king — even in the age of plastic.
by: Kentin Waits | channel: Credit Cards
Eventually, there comes a point in time when you can actually afford a few niceties in life. How will you react?
by: David Ning | channel: Personal Finance, Lifestyle, Retirement
Sometimes, what seems like a waste of money might actually be one of the best ways you can spend your cash.
by: David Ning | channel: Personal Finance, Investment, Lifestyle, Retirement
Books about managing your money succeed or fail at the point when the author chooses what to present as unbreakable rules versus what to present as hints, tips, suggestions, or
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance
I have a guest post up on Get Rich Slowly about how to talk with your spouse about money. I had the privilege of interviewing financial counselor Lou Scatigna, aka The Financial Ph
by: Sierra Black | channel: Personal Finance
Many people think I’m incredibly well organized because I can easily manage (certain) projects and recite dates, locations, deadlines, etc. for my family’s activities. The truth is
by: Julie Rains | channel: Budgeting, Productivity
This week I did an intervention on Sarah, one of my dearest friends. Sarah has a substance abuse problem -- but not with drugs. Sarah has a problem with self storage.
by: Max Wong | channel: Organization
When shopping for a money market savings account or other bank products, I don't believe it should be all about the yield. You should also be aware of how much it costs to bank wit
by: Silicon Valley Blogger | channel: Personal Finance, Banking
Many people have fallen victim to identity theft and credit fraud such that it's become essential for us to keep an eye on our credit. Most of the time, a fraud victim finds out a
by: Silicon Valley Blogger | channel: Personal Finance
While I am a cash-only person by circumstance (paid off the credit cards and never reopened accounts), I am so grateful that I live in a cash world. Of course, having only cash is
by: Tisha Tolar | channel: Personal Finance
As the economic crisis deepens, I'm seeing more people beginning to challenge the conventional wisdom espoused in personal finance. Given how financially difficult things have bec
The sad truth is everybody is not going to get rich. This is why picking up the books and CDS of your favorite finance guru(s) seems like you're doing the work at getting your hous
by: Jabulani Leffall | channel: Personal Finance, Debt Management
Don't get confused by the way your money's divided up. It might be split up into IRAs, 401(k)s, 403(b)s, 529 plans, and annuities. Separately from that, it might be invested in d
You know who I am talking about. Most of us have that one brother who blows his paycheck in a day or a cousin that has no money for retirement. No family is perfect, and we all te
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Family, General Tips, Lifestyle
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