It's no secret that Millennials like to do things their own way, and that includes marriage. Here's how the kids are tying the knot (or not).
The holidays are coming, but they're still far enough away that we don't have to think about shopping yet. Right? Actually…that's not the case.
So, you achieved the American dream, and came into serious money. But before you go spending all that green, a word of warning…
A Twenty doesn't go as far is it used to — but if you're smart about how you spend it, it'll still get you pretty far!
Try as we might, we just can't stop trying to keep up with the Joneses. Or can we?
The rush from that big, must-have purchase only lasts a short while before dreaded buyer’s remorse sets in. How come?
The human brain is a beautiful, complex thing. It's also a total shopaholic.
For some, chrometophobia can be crippling. For the frugal minded, it's just another way to save more.
You might be able to justify a "treat yourself" purchase, but all those little treats add up to one big, stressful bill. What's it really costing you?
If your emergency fund has seen better days, get creative about bringing it back to health. You can do this!
It's smart to cut costs wherever you can, so long as it's prudent. These cost cutters are neither smart nor prudent.
Fun fact: we spend a lot of money on Valentine's Day gifts — with the U.S. spending $1.5 billion on greeting cards alone!
On Valentine's Day, you want to show your loved ones how much they mean to you. Just watch out for these common, Cupid-themed money traps.
You could be having a whole lot of fun if you paid less rent. Maybe it's time to move?
A sure way to bust a budget is to cave in to every wish and whim. Get control of your urge to splurge and regain control of your money.
Americans had a lot of fun spending money in the 1950s, almost as much fun as we do spending money today.
Wondering where all your money's gone? You spent it when you weren't looking.
When you're a big saver, and your spouse is a big spender, it can tough to watch your partner overspend. Learn how to talk it out.
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They say $25 can't buy you a lot these days. Well, "they" are not always correct. Check out this list for 10 great, useful ways to spend that cash.
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