Guest blogger Mark Stevens, award-winning author of such books as "Your Marketing Sucks" and "Rich is a Religion" discusses some basic concepts that you can use to better manage your money. Trust us, you'll thank Mark and want to read more of his books after you read this.
For our family, Thanksgiving Day is only about family, and Black Friday seemed to be intruding on it this year. Did you stand in line at midnight?
Sleep experts say 7–9 hours is optimal for the average adult, yet so many of us struggle with how to get a better night’s sleep. Here are a few tips to battle tossing and turning at night.
If you don’t have the cash in hand to plunk down for your holiday gifts, consider layaway. While it’s not free, it will keep your credit card balances down, so you don’t end up paying for your gifts after the holidays.
When people live together, in a relationship or as roommates, paying bills together can be tricky. Here are some strategies to help you split bills fairly.
Here are a few free holiday apps to help you protect your sanity and your wallet this holiday season.
Student loans got you (and your bank account) down? Check out these tips to ease paying for your education!
A recession may not be imminent, but the possibility of a future economic downturn leaves no room to be unprepared and without a plan.
Bank of America will charge millions of customers $5 a month to use a debit card for purchases beginning early next year. Is that reasonable or reprehensible?
What's the difference between Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy? We'll review the court process and what you can expect if you declare bankruptcy.