As Independence Day approaches, plan toward letting your financial freedom ring.
Tired of renting? Uncertain about retirement? You’re not alone. Here’s a look at four major financial issues facing Americans.
Personal finance expert Vera Gibbons offers tips for getting your finances in order and ending 2014 on a high note.
Five common expenses are on the rise. Learn what to expect, and how to minimize the impact on your budget.
We asked a few financially-minded bloggers for their advice on saving for emergencies.
School, healthcare, housing — it’s all going to cost more in the coming year.
These are five of the most common reasons you could experience a dip in your score.
In the spirit of Halloween, here are some easy ways to trick yourself into saving. And you’ll love the treat: more money in your pocket!
Are you looking to buy a house? Rent? Here are some important numbers to keep in mind as they may apply to you and your transaction.
Do you know where the information on your credit report comes from and how it impacts your overall credit score?
June may seem like a relatively flat month for shopping (and saving), but it’s actually one of the better times to buy a number of homeowner-centric items.
When it’s mom and dad, Billy and Sally (and maybe Rover), budgeting can be fairly straightforward — but not everyone’s home life is quite so nuclear, especially in the current economic climate.
After the excitement of finding an apartment we loved wore off, we decided how much we would each pitch in for the bills and agreed on 50/50. We weren’t opening a joint account or making a major purchase together, so not much of a discussion was needed. But over time, we found that our quick money chat didn’t cover nearly enough of the issues that would eventually crop up.
As you finalize your pricey summer vacation plans, you may be looking for ways to put money back in your pocket to help subsidize the costs. Here are some suggestions that you likely haven’t considered.
Remember the 14-percent tax rate Mitt Romney paid on his $13 million income? If you think it’s only the extremely wealthy who can get the most from their money, think again. There are a handful of legal personal finance hacks that are available to all of us.