Have you ever wondered how your personality affects your spending? The Myers-Briggs indicator is a questionnaire that’s designed to find preferences for how people see the world and make decisions. If you haven’t already, take the test, and then come back and see what your personality type says about your finances.
If you’re ready to buy a new car but need to sell your old one, we’ve put together some tips to help you sell your car for the best price.
When you’re in your 50s, it’s important to assess your financial health as you are not only in your peak earning years, you’re also about 10-20 years away from retirement, making it all the more important. The Zing blog has assembled financial experts from across the country to weigh in on the key points you should focus on in this decade of life to ensure a comfortable retirement.
Sometimes life throws you an expensive curveball. When you get an unexpected bill, what do you do if you can’t pay the piper? What if you’ve looked at the budget and there’s no way to stay out of the red? Let’s tackle the different steps you can take when you can’t pay your bills on time.
Ah, springtime. It’s a time of sunshine, flowers and home improvements. Here are some spring projects that my friends are planning and ways for each to save money.
Have you ever felt like you’re behind the curve on personal finances? Today on Zing we’re looking at some of the money basics that every adult should know. Mastering these skills is essential for your financial foundation. Let’s take a look at these five money matters and get you on track to success.
Zing is starting a monthly challenge series. This month, we invite you to join us as we go a week without spending money.
Break free of your financial chains by ending your paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle! It takes some commitment and focus but it can be done. Here is how I broke out of that vicious cycle. And you can, too.
The 40-somethings are in a place in life where they are putting youth aside and should be in financial planning mode. Here are seven things you should be doing if you’re in this age group.
Don’t think you’ll ever pay off that credit card debt? Are collection agencies constantly buzzing your phone? Do you lie awake each night worried about the money you owe? You might think that filing for bankruptcy is a way to make these problems disappear. But here’s the truth – bankruptcy comes with its own set of problems and some are severe. We’ll explore the long- and short-term impact of filing for bankruptcy protection.