Cars have become an integral part of American society. While it can feel that buying a new car is granting you new freedom, buying a new car is more likely to take away your freedom and security.
These days, it seems like everyone is making money on the side. Side hustles like ridesharing, room rentals, and selling witty cross stitch patterns are a common occurrence. BUT, is every side hustle worth the time dedicated to them?
It’s not exactly a news flash that college is expensive. Which college majors give you more bang for your buck, and does that compare to doing what you love?
Debt is one of our least favorite things to talk about, and that's one of the main reasons it is so hard to pay them off. BUT researchers have figured out how to rewire your brain to take on the debt monster.
Supermarkets are built with tricks and challenges designed to make you spend more than you planned. But with a little preparation, you can safely avoid them and save money. We have some grocery tips this week!
Nothing is less romantic than talking to your partner about their financial history, but finances cause major stresses in relationships. A lot of these stresses can be tackled by communicating without judgment. Here are 5 financial topics you should discuss with your future partner.
The importance of homeownership is still embedded in American culture, but actual homeownership has dropped to its lowest level since 1967. How should we react to that? Are more young people ready to buy a home than they believe?
Not only do we as humans make financial mistakes, our mistakes are predictable! Here's the story of how we learned that we can predict our mistakes and 5 of them you can avoid.
Remember when you received your first paycheck at your first job and the amount was a little lower than expected? Surprise! Some of that money was already spent for you. Have you ever stopped to figure out exactly WHAT is being bought with all that money you send to Washington each year?
Mutual funds are an important option in saving for retirement, and most people don't know what they are--even if they already use them! Let's start at the beginning.
You can never protect yourself 100% from identity thieves, but there are ways to make it harder for them! Here's how you can help protect yourself from identity theft.