By your 40s, personal finance shouldn't be a mystery. If you're still making these six money mistakes, it's time to enforce some changes.
By your 50s, you should have a solid grasp on personal finance — and if not, it might be due to these all-too-common mistakes.
Today we found some great articles on dumb money moves we should all stop making, home improvement projects to leave to professionals, and cool ways to perk up your travel.
From common negotiating mistakes to common marketing tricks, avoid making these six common buying mistakes and keep more of your money.
The mistakes you make with money hurt more than your finances — they limit your freedom. Are you making any of these mistakes?
For many couples, money is the biggest source of stress — often because of these critical marriage and money mistakes. Are you and your spouse making them?
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.
You have a steady job, and you think you have your finances in control — what could go wrong? Lots, if any of these minor mistakes trip you up.
Paying off credit card or revolving debt is one of the smartest things you can do to improve your finances. That is, unless you pay it off using one of these methods.
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