If you could write a letter of personal finance advice to your younger, less money-smart self, what would you say?
Max has added a new goal to her budget challenge; lose some weight. Find out how she's slimming down on a dime.
Look after your money and it'll look after you. Mistreat it, and it'll do the same to you.
When it comes to managing your money, stop hitting "snooze."
Some money woes are unavoidable — but some are. It's high time to stop putting yourself in these terrible spending situations.
Blowing your hard-earned cash on impulse, emotional, and stress shopping? Your lizard brain is to blame.
The rush from that big, must-have purchase only lasts a short while before dreaded buyer’s remorse sets in. How come?
When your credit card starts burning a hole in your pocket, it's time to re-think the convenience of carrying plastic.
One-click buying, impulse shopping trips… Learn how to keep more of your money by developing more money-mindfulness.
If you could hop in a time machine, chances are you'd visit your younger, less responsible self to share some advice about smart credit card use.
Deciding to tackle your debt is half the battle! Once you're ready, here's how to hit the ground running.
It's always smart to do the sensible thing, right? Usually — until being sensible starts costing you real money.
Before you get your party on this spring break, make sure these major budget busters don't end up being a buzzkill.
Who are you trying to kid, anyway? Quit telling yourself these major money lies.
"Cost" is more than dollars and cents. Use these mental money blocks to take charge of your money and live a more rewarding frugal lifestyle.
There's a razor-thin line between "healthy" debt and a big financial problem debt. Have you crossed it?
Tired of feeling burned by even the smallest purchases? Here's how to prevent feeling like a rube.
You know the drill — closing a credit card can damage your credit score. But sometimes, it might be the right move.
You might be dreading your next credit card bill, but don't worry — you can bounce back from a holiday spending splurge.
Step one? Stop digging! Step two? Develop smart spending and saving habits, like these, to get on top of your debt — and stay there.
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