It can be argued that money is our most important asset. You wouldn’t trust just anyone with something that valuable. But if you ask, there will be people beating down your door to give you their opinion on what you should do with your money. How do you know who to trust?
Bottom line, you don’t want to any more student loan debt than is necessary. So, we’re here to help.
If you’re around my age, 40 is just around the corner! There are a lot of things I need to do before that birthday rolls around to get my finances in order. Here are eight steps to consider taking in your 20s and 30s.
You’re here for advice because your significant other just popped the big question and you don’t know how to answer, right? Don’t worry. By the time you’re finished reading, you’ll know whether or not signing up for a joint checking account is right for your situation.
I learned a lot in college, but my education left me deficient when it comes to finance. Here’s a list of tips I wish someone had told me sooner.
We’ve done a post on songs that offer terrible financial advice. Now let’s take a look at some songs that would make your accountant proud.
Falling in love, partying, falling out of love, drinking, being drunk in love – pop music covers such a wide variety of topics these days, it’s hard to find a common thread between it all. A disturbing trend has emerged, though: pop songs with horrible financial advice.
With Winter Clearance in full swing, we’re bringing you the top home essentials you need to stock up on now.
Most people know about saving money by taking advantage of student and senior discounts and couponing. However, there are also other ways to save a little cash. See if you’re in the loop on these other discounts!
Know the numbers when considering check cashing stores, rent-to-own stores and payday lenders. Even though they can help you get cash or furniture fast, there are some hefty fees attached to the convenience.